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Future of Sex, in association with Disruptor’s Handbook hosted Australia’s first Sextech Hackathon in Sydney on March 23, 24, and 25. 2018
The first Australian Sextech Hackathon brought together the world’s leading authorities in Sextech from Europe and the US, as well as locally, to inspire, discuss, and mentor teams as they innovated solutions to a range of issues.
The event provided the opportunity to collaborate and get involved in the fast growing $20B Sextech industry. The Hackathon aimed to hit key objectives such as raising awareness and catalysing innovation, while encouraging participation from a diverse range of voices to discover better solutions to current sexual health issues. The Hackathon also strived to support new female-identified leaders who are passionate about changing the world to drive innovation further in the field.

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Sydney Sextech Hackathon Report 2018

  1. 1. A U S T R A L I A ' S F I RS T F U T U R E O F S E X, O R G REPORT, MARCH 2018
  2. 2. A FAST-PACED INNOVATION COMPETITION BACKGROUND Future of Sex, in association with Disruptor’s Handbook hosted Australia’s first Sextech Hackathon in Sydney on March 23, 24, and 25. The first Australian Sextech Hackathon brought together the world’s leading authorities in Sextech from Europe and the US, as well as locally, to inspire, discuss, and mentor teams as they innovated solutions to a range of issues. The event provided the opportunity to collaborate and get involved in the fast growing $20B Sextech industry. The Hackathon aimed to hit key objectives such as raising awareness and catalysing innovation, while encouraging participation from a diverse range of voices to discover better solutions to current sexual health issues. The Hackathon also strived to support new female-identified leaders who are passionate about changing the world to drive innovation further in the field.
  3. 3. 90% FEMALE PARTICIPATION THE EVENT The pre-event briefing saw over 90 participants, mentors and subject matter experts come together to hear stories of lived experience, see demonstrations of new and innovative sextech and learn about the challenges for the weekend. The challenge statements were “pitched” to the assembled audience of hackers, hipsters, hustlers and sexologists by the “Challenge Owners”, and then the participants took the stage and microphone. They had only 30 seconds to lightning pitch their idea and call for team members. In the chaos that ensued as team speed dating took place, 14 new teams emerged. Some had never met before. Some had no idea what to expect. Over 80% of the participants had never been to a hackathon before. 90% were female. We were breaking new ground.
  4. 4. CHALLENGES PROBLEM STATEMENTS NCOSS Challenge: How can we make sex education and sexual expression more accessible for the 1million Australians with disability? SUGAR & SAS Challenge: How do we prepare the next generations for a sex positive future? PROJECT GELDOM Challenge: If we could make a condom that people actually want to buy and use, it could change the contraceptive market.
  5. 5. TEAMS AND IDEAS Let’s Talk About It Sami Hurwitz, Leah Gelman, Lucy Dalton PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge Sugar & Sas Challenge Let’s Talk About It A Facebook page providing advice and information about sex.
  6. 6. TEAMS AND IDEAS Who Wants To Know (3rd Place) Meril Summerhill, Brooke Nolan, Meray Azar, Fiona Coorey, Hope Kramer PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Who Wants To Know An early childhood sex education app.
  7. 7. TEAMS AND IDEAS Life Stuff Emma Prater, Ben Morrison PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge Sugar & Sas Challenge Life Stuff An education app on safe sexting.
  8. 8. TEAMS AND IDEAS Lone Will William McKee PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Lone Will A meme generator that draws from online, sex-oriented resources.
  9. 9. TEAMS AND IDEAS The Vortex James Looker, Rowena Murray PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge
 Sugar & Sas Challenge The Vortex An organisation that creates conscious erotica.
  10. 10. TEAMS AND IDEAS Love & Consent Rossana Naveda PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge Sugar & Sas Challenge Love & Consent A game based online dating application.
  11. 11. TEAMS AND IDEAS Lily SJ Matthews, Richard Gao, Vienna Chen, Megan Thompson, David Bell, Nikki Goldstein PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge Sugar & Sas Challenge Lily A service for matching people to doctors who can provide reliable advice on STIs.
  12. 12. TEAMS AND IDEAS On The Blob – Making Periods Great Again Chere Koh, Steffie Yee PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge On The Blob – Making Periods Great Again A gift box for girls at the beginning of menstruation.
  13. 13. TEAMS AND IDEAS Ignite (2nd Place) Isiah McKimmie, Rachael Moore, Varun Naik, Tamina Pitt, Gary Leung PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Ignite An app that helps users revitalise their sex lives as couples.
  14. 14. TEAMS AND IDEAS Sex Advisor Judy Huang, Zoe Dee PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Sex Advisor A service for international students in Australia.
  15. 15. TEAMS AND IDEAS Come Pass Anastasia Shelyukhina, Eva Sheliukhina PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Come Pass AI system for improving sexual partnerships between couples.
  16. 16. TEAMS AND IDEAS AudioVibe (1st Place) Diri Nasalo, Natasha Reidy, Chris Youssef, Anna Xu, Richard Guo, Michael Liu PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: NCOSS Challenge Sugar & Sas Challenge Audio Vibe A voice controlled, hands free vibrator.
  17. 17. TEAMS AND IDEAS GRIP (Highly Commended) Jocelyn Floro, Kate Paterson PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Project Geldom Challenge GRIP Reimagined packaging for condoms.
  18. 18. TEAMS AND IDEAS Andie Richard Gao PROBLEM YOU ARE SOLVING: Sugar & Sas Challenge Andie A chatbot for providing sexual identity and experience advice, initially focused on LGBTQI kids.
  19. 19. WHAT’S NEXT? FOR THE WINNERS:
 INCUBATION WHAT DID THEY WIN? AudioVibe – 1st Place • Return flight to Paris to the SextechLab and the opportunity to participate in France’s Sextech Hackathon (for project owner) •Full Academy Xi course scholarship OR $1750 Academy Xi scholarship for each team member • $100 Academy Xi Bootcamp credit for each team member Ignite – 2nd Place • $1000 Academy Xi course credit for each team member • $100 Academy Xi Bootcamp credit for each team member Who Wants To Know – 3rd Place • $750 Academy Xi course credit for each team member • $100 Academy Xi Bootcamp credit for each team member
  20. 20. WHAT’S NEXT? FOR FUTURE OF SEX GLOBAL HACKATHON SERIES – 2018 – Central Europe – June United States – August Asia – September SEXTECH ACCELERATOR Register your interest
 for the Future of Sex SexTech Accelerator in late 2018: REGISTER
  21. 21. WHAT DO WE DO? ABOUT FUTURE OF SEX Future of Sex is a research and media lab exploring the intersection of sexuality and technology. As the recognized authority on sextech, the company conducts research and interviews, and gathers invaluable insights and industry data as well as releasing a popular podcast Future of Sex and event series globally. Founded by Bryony Cole, an international speaker, published writer and producer, who has been featured on shows like Viceland and Technopia, and articles in Wired, TechCrunch, The New York Times, Playboy, Mashable, Motherboard, ABC, Financial Review, Brides, Glamour and many other global media. She continues to attract global attention for her work empowering women through media creation and organising global hackathons. Check out the website futureofsex.org Listen to the podcast on iTunes
  22. 22. Media coverage “The 48-hour event was focused on leveraging technology to resolve some of the most complex problems in human sexuality.”
  23. 23. THANK YOU! OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS The Sextech Hackathon would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors and partners who all went above and beyond to help us reach deep into our communities to create connection and change.
  24. 24. CONNECT WITH US facebook.com/futureofsex twitter.com/futureofsexshow futureofsex.org LET’S GET SOCIAL instagram.com/futureofsex
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Future of Sex, in association with Disruptor’s Handbook hosted Australia’s first Sextech Hackathon in Sydney on March 23, 24, and 25. 2018 The first Australian Sextech Hackathon brought together the world’s leading authorities in Sextech from Europe and the US, as well as locally, to inspire, discuss, and mentor teams as they innovated solutions to a range of issues. The event provided the opportunity to collaborate and get involved in the fast growing $20B Sextech industry. The Hackathon aimed to hit key objectives such as raising awareness and catalysing innovation, while encouraging participation from a diverse range of voices to discover better solutions to current sexual health issues. The Hackathon also strived to support new female-identified leaders who are passionate about changing the world to drive innovation further in the field.

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