article / 30 August 2022

Mara Predators Hackathon 

APPLY NOW! The Sovereign Nature Initiative has partnered with the Kenya Wildlife Trust to experiment with emerging technologies to support their predators' conservation work.Challenges will focus on:1. Lion identification using computer vision and machine learning;2. Spatio-temporal prediction modeling - wildlife mobility predictions and human-wildlife conflict mitigation.Applications close on the 12th of September

This October 2022, we will host our third online Hackathon in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Trust (KWT), an NGO committed to the protection and conservation of predators and their ecology, situated in the Maasai Mara National park in southwestern Kenya.

KWT and SNI have joined forces to invite adventurous labs and developers to tackle a pressing challenge: how to protect predators --keystone species in the Maasai Mara who play a vital role in maintaining the ecosystem's resilience.

Applications close on the 12th of September.

For direct contact, reach out to Ale (Hackathon Lead) at: [email protected]

More information about the Hackathon can be found here: 


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