40 graduates were selected to attend.
Domino’s has partnered with nonprofit The Smith Family for their annual Hackathon.
This year’s event saw 40 graduates challenged to develop an artificial intelligence solution to assist The Smith Family with identifying sensitive information and developing an interactive mapping program.
Domino’s also plans to offer top performing graduates a permanent position in the business.
“From the pool of talented Software Engineering, Quality Engineering and Business Analytics graduates who attended this year’s Hackathon, we hope to hire at least 10 new team members,” Domino’s group chief digital and technology officer Michael Gillespie said.
Held the pizza’s chain head office in Brisbane, Domino’s Hackathon gives students the opportunity to meet industry professionals, showcase their skills and potentially score a full-time job.
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