Health Traffic Lights contact tracing app wins Hack From Home challenge

John Leonard
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Priviacy centric app uses a simple green-amber-red signal to show risk of coronavirus infection

The Hack From Home virtual hackathon, launched two weeks ago in response to the coronavirus crisis, attracted 822 participants from around the globe, with 28 projects submitted. One of the winni...

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