The challenge is open to undergraduate teams of 2-4 people from any discipline (because a good idea can come from anywhere). The more diverse your team, the better. And if you don’t know much about AI or how to get started, these free tools and resources can help you along the way. Remember: if you can dream it, you can train AI to make it happen.
Your team could win prizes worth up to $5,000, gain first-hand experience working with global brands, and help build a better world – no coding skills required.
Plus, here’s how you’ll benefit:
- Improve and apply your AI skills to real life
- Enrich your professional multi-disciplinary skillset
- Deepen your portfolio of projects
- Solve real world problems
- Expand your network
2019/2020 Challenge Timeline
Big Idea Application Submission: December 1st 2019
Round 1 Judging: December 2nd to December 12th 2019
Big Idea Development Submission: Feb 2nd 2020
Round 2 Judging: February 3rd to February 9th 2020
Finalists Ranked: March 4th 2020