In March 2019 YES!Delft opened its second location in The Hague! The focus of this location is on the two key technologies of the digital society: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Blockchain. Within our Digital Hub we, together with our partner The Municipality of The Hague, have the ambition to create a vibrant and strongly innovative ecosystem for tech startups who make an impact in these domains.
The Hague is home to the central government and world-leading knowledge infrastructure and networks encompassing a variety of industries such as IT & Tech, Finance and Legal, Peace, Justice, and Security, which makes it the place-to-be for AI and Blockchain innovations. YES!Delft will help nurture this by bringing its vast and incomparable ecosystem to The Hague and by offering specialised AI and Blockchain programmes. In a unique regional collaboration with the local business community, research & knowledge institutions and the government, our Digital Hub is an important foundation for digital innovation in the Netherlands.
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