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  • Hey, Helen, I thank you so much for joining us.

  • I know that this is a very busy time.

  • I should tell everybody that.

  • Well, when we first talked to you like, yes, I can take a call at 3 a.m. I s.

  • So what?

  • Now?

  • I really know that wasn't the type of so thank you.

  • I realize you are working 24 7 at the moment.

  • Um, first of all, how are you?

  • How is Estonia doing?

  • How you doing?

  • What's the status of the country right now?

  • I think we're I think we're actually pretty.

  • Okay, Um, there's not more.

  • It's panic around.

  • What's happening on people are pretty much understanding the concept of social distancing, though, Um, I think, you know, obviously it's not a place for anyone likes to be right now, but it's not the worst.

  • You guys are socially is distancing.

  • You're staying at home this kind of quiet, or I think we're actually like, physically distance thing because I don't think I've been ever talking to so many people.

  • As I begin in the last three weeks, I, uh, yeah, what we doing?

  • We're staying home.

  • It's not like fully mandatory we could go out, but ah, but it's It's a common understanding that try to stay home.

  • Great.

  • Great.

  • Don't talk to us about the crisis in Estonia.

  • Tell us what happened.

  • Tell us some of your extraordinary outcomes that we've seen already from it.

  • I think one of the one of the most extraordinary things is, Yeah, of course, What came out of it, But, uh, but what I love about it is how it's a combination of government and NGO on gonna start working together, though I think, like, 33 weeks ago or so I'm lost track of time to be Oh, um uh, I had a phone call from separate the stoners.

  • McQueen, Yakuza s alert.

  • The stone is like, really bleeding as innovation agency and a stone.

  • It's for the government.

  • Uh, so he called me and said, Hey, you want what?

  • We want to jump in with you to kick off a virtual hackett.

  • Done.

  • It was like, What are you talking about?

  • But yes.

  • So, uh and then also guards 48 get on board with guys on two issues.

  • A fantastic person on dhe.

  • Um, so we ended up also training it Andi occurs, 48 is a hack.

  • A towing company.

  • They've been doing it for 10 years, but they haven't done it virtually so.

  • Their knowledge of how these things I should be done has been super invaluable for us.

  • Uh, well, everyone have to work after all of this came out.

  • D'oh!

  • We had six hours and we kicked it off.

  • Ah, in six hours, we have Ah, the yeah, we had the dicey Minister guy.

  • Mark Carter was an ex Keiper, actually, one of the original Estonian Mafia gangs.

  • We call the start the founders that in a stone, Um, and he was opening to panel we had Over the next 48 hours, we had 1300 people jumping in, building amazing infrastructural on so forth your solutions, that for crisis that we're facing now you're full of, like, what were some of those applications or things that got built?

  • Yeah, absolutely.

  • One of my absolute favorite ones is a very simple thing.

  • It's a super simple thing.

  • It's a chat, but But I mean, when you understand ah, the implications of how much it actually helps people.

  • It's kind of crazy.

  • Uh, so it's a chat, but about the information about the virus.

  • But it will be out to utilize for governmental communication afterwards, too.

  • So there's like in about three weeks there's Bean 14,000 Crees and talks with it on.

  • That's for a stone is a lot for a small place.

  • All right, so, um, also, what's really cool about it?

  • This is that it's understand swank.

  • I go in when the kids took to it.

  • You know, it understands what with gets asking and also it.

  • And the main thing that I really, really adore is that it actually leaves the hook lines open for the elderly who can't use the chapel.

  • So it's kind of funneling through conversations of everyone's informed.

  • There's no panic, you know, it's it's it's used in every governmental website right now.

  • The media sites.

  • So it's very easy that access for people.

  • Um so another another thing I really wanted Mason, sir, is Ah ah is ah is ah company.

  • Now we think cold Air Force One.

  • We all know the employment is a big issue around the world right now because we're still getting locked down.

  • It's all old changing a lot.

  • So what they did.

  • They build the platform where companies can share and I work for us with each other so they don't have to let people go.

  • So this is, I think this is ingenious and these things came out.

  • But there's over 30 different solutions, five of them.

  • One funny thing, though.

  • Eso where appointed spot it's called.

  • It's called the Chat.

  • But is Katsura.

  • It didn't win the government like that.

  • The government reached out later on said, we need T o.

  • So yeah, yeah, so with sheer Force One.

  • So just so I'm understanding.

  • So the idea would be that someone on employer who suddenly has a ton of employees with kind of nothing do because of the shutdowns and kind of advertise them and then, like, how does that?

  • It builds a CZ.

  • Much as I understand it's been really flying fast right now, right, though as much sense that it's parting about companies between themselves, though, for example, if you have a hotel that doesn't really have much to people to do right now is a compartment up to the delivery company for except I see these other people because people aren't staying at hotels or traveling to them.

  • There's a whole bunch of work.

  • What's there that could be kind of reapplied.

  • It's people, people.

  • They don't lose their jobs right on going they went this far is actually like building until legislation part of it, it's, you know, it's there, use it.

  • That's what's so interesting to me about, especially about the global hack to is the fact that this is really it's not about just Estonia.

  • You're really thinking kind of globally about this.

  • One of the things that has been heartening about this crisis has been the scientific collaboration and has bean scientists really sharing information and just doing a really bang up job of and of breaking down barriers.

  • That's so much harder when you're talking about policy or you're talking about international affairs.

  • But what are you seeing that actually means that some of this some of these ideas come be shared globally?

  • Well, that's the thing.

  • After we did there, Hackett and storing them, we broke down a playbook, actually carries 48 people, wrote it down, and we kind of helped along with morphine and ah, so after that, it's been 3.5 weeks.

  • I think or something.

  • There's being or see something countries holding over 50 to hack a thons, meaning that it's getting really international.

  • But all of these things were regional, as they should be.

  • You know, your communities need solutions.

  • So we figured we need to escalate this doo doo.

  • Ah, next level where we get all these people to work together.

  • And we also need all the governments to get work, to get to work, to get together with the teams.

  • Because what some of the best Hackett Downs we've seen are the ones where the government is involved, just like ours.

  • Waas um So what we've been doing for that, for the global hack, is ah is we've been building a separate slack.

  • Where were on board the government officials from all over the world.

  • Our government is doing to get our civil servants who no other civil servants and so it's very informal on they have bean describing the challenges that they have locally that should be sold during ah, the global hack that starting tomorrow, that's so interesting.

  • So the problems that people are solving are not the ones that they kind of invent for themselves, but this is really coming from need its boat.

  • It's both interesting.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, it's absolutely What's that?

  • School is like You're not showing up to solve Goverment problems with you showing up, getting a full understanding, what is a problem.

  • And then you start feeling solutions for how great however you want it.

  • It can be non technological.

  • It can be a movement that can be a social thing.

  • It can be our hotline for, like, exciting.

  • I'll give you an example in Italy Hack.

  • There was Red Cross.

  • Ah, employees volunteer, I think.

  • Sorry, Uh, who set up a hotline or a literally people does.

  • It could just, you know, talk with each other, things like that.

  • It's not high tech at all.

  • It's it's human.

  • We're solving this for humans, right?

  • I love that.

  • And so I think, speaking to that, that means that you are looking for everyone to get involved.

  • This isn't just about coders or technologists.

  • This is really about every Everybody can show up and everybody can play a part.

  • Is that right?

  • Absolutely.

  • It's I think there's a lot of people out there right now who are trying to find a way how to contribute in a time of crisis Are the military expertise in play.

  • There can be, For example, researchers, scientists, market theories.

  • There could be people with with some knowledge about managing teams for exam.

  • Uh, they're all welcome.

  • All of these skill sets are very much welcome.

  • So I know it doesn't go live until when does it go live?

  • Tomorrow?

  • I honestly don't know.

  • It's interesting.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't remember the exact, like crazy.

  • Okay, but what is the what?

  • Is there a challenge that you are?

  • You still come in and you're like army God.

  • That could make such a difference.

  • Yeah, well, have we have some missions of United Nations involved?

  • They have set up their missions regarding solidarity of the really enjoyed.

  • The European Commission is really looking heavily into, um How to what?

  • It was the new education gonna be like, This is this is interesting, right?

  • Estonian government is trying to prevent the trouble and employment rate in youth.

  • So there's there's a lot of like a pretty broad challenges.

  • But what's gonna happen is that when we see different ideas popping up, stolen these things from different angles, then there will be people coming to them and trying to help them with data and access and so forth.

  • I love that.

  • And I saw that there's prize money for this.

  • I think it's 121 100,000 years.

  • Oh.

  • Oh, I am missing.

  • Yeah, it's 140 now I'm saying is that is constantly growing on.

  • Actually, I found out something just before this.

  • There really want to say one thing I had not figured out since since now is like who really started it?

  • Andi, I found out that he has not confirmed it to me, but I just want to shout this out that I realized that one of our people from the core team who has never said a word about being there authored idea Callum Ah t I think have us.

  • The original guy was like, we should do a hack.

  • And thankfully, you know, these are the heroes.

  • He's in the front line fundraising right now.

  • Uh um, that's why everyone would I really need to tell him out for it.

  • That's how, though this prize money, but there's also a bunch of kind of big time investors involved in this just is maybe one of the side effects of this actually, like employment.

  • Do see business is being launched.

  • A za result of this?

  • Absolutely.

  • Ah, it's That's how it's bean.

  • You know these hacks.

  • 48 hour Garet Jax.

  • I've been done for 10 years now on.

  • There's been some crazy awesome company's coming out of it in this region on it's not a one off thing like you kick it off from 48 hours, you let it fly.

  • You really work yourself tricks Ocean basically filling these things with the team.

  • Andi, That's just your M v p.

  • That's your first, but in the Bush.

  • But push this.

  • The actual work comes after, though a lot of these ah, big names that are there like Brad felt on dhe.

  • I'm not sure you, Miss Pratt Felt was one who crafted, but he was is a really cool guy, would try.

  • And, um so we have raid Hoffman that Sam Altman we have on astronauts a month of Christopher Nettie, who just sent her greetings in um and Thomas Irma Cora were absolutely adore his on its Christianity.

  • You're into so many people who are like heavily into investments and heavily into connecting people to the right.

  • People have been doing this for us since day one when we kicked this things out.

  • Um, and I see that there's a lot of Silicon Valley, a lot of every European VC and the angel eyes on it.

  • Um, this is, I think, where the next Googles and Amazons are gonna be built.

  • And the key reason is is all eyes on them and secondly, access, they will have all the access they need to build their solutions, right?

  • And I think, Yeah, that's amazing.

  • How amazing luck.

  • I just wanted to close the will hand over to Chris into Cory.

  • But you wrote this really beautiful piece on linked in about the motivation for doing this.

  • Um, maybe this is just cause I'm sentimental these days, but I just wanted to quote we hacked because we're all living in one small village in this new world.

  • We're not European, American, African or Asian for human.

  • We will hack because we humans love.

  • Can you just give us like the 32nd motivation that is driving you to do these 24 7 days nights?

  • Weeks would be like giving your life to this.

  • Like what's driving?

  • What keeps you awake?

  • Apart from coffee?

  • Ah, ap.

  • I saving lives.

  • It's that simple.

  • We've been talking with Facebook.

  • We've been talking with Zoom Slack.

  • We've been talking with a lot of people around the world.

  • A lot of big companies.

  • No one cares about their brands right now.

  • Everyone's coming in without any big, you know, salutes or from fair.

  • They're providing.

  • They're helping take care.

  • It's that simple.

  • They love the companies who are gathering the people who are gathering organizations.

  • The leads.

  • Do you really care?

  • Well, listen, Marco, we're all cheering you on.

  • Good luck.

  • Thank you.

  • Everything that comes out of this, but thank you for everything that you're doing.

  • Thank you for having me.

Hey, Helen, I thank you so much for joining us.

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