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The Department of Defense launches a tech accelerator to solve ‘national security challenges’

The U.S. Department of Defense and New York University are co-hosting a disaster relief-focused hackathon in Brooklyn this weekend to draw attention to the agency’s new technology accelerator, MD5. Described by the DoD as a partnership between the agency, NYU, and a “network of top U.S. research universities,” MD5 consists of training programs, hackathon events, and an “acceleratio
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