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Transatlantic AI Hackathon – Challenge Introduction
July 8, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT
This information session for the Transatlantic AI Hackathon on September 24-26 will inform potential participants, contributors and the general public about the challenge, prizes, give-aways, sponsors, process, and requirements.
The pandemic has accelerated digitalization in many areas and has tremendously raised the general awareness around health and safety. The first Transatlantic AI Hackathon will pick-up on these important developments and dive deeper into the possibilities of how edge AI can help improve health and safety in new and creative ways.
The Transatlantic AI Hackathon – Health and Safety Monitoring DeepHack calls for your AI-powered sensors and computer vision solutions at the edge. Imagine how intelligent local devices collect and evaluate data in real time to aid individuals or groups of people to stay safe and healthy. Think about fall monitoring, how to assist the visually impaired, pedestrian/bicyclist safety, monitoring physical distance and mask wearing, physical worker safety, fitness and posture tracking – and other health and safety problems that can be solved with edge AI.
Your ideas and creativity are needed more than ever to bring new solutions to reality. Join the challenge and benefit on many levels: create an AI and data-driven solution that helps individuals and the society, learn from experienced experts at top companies, receive hardware and software to use (and keep), win cash prizes (a total of $10,000), and collaborate with peers and participating organizations beyond the Hackathon.
9:00 – 9:50 am Presentations on the background, challenge, logistics (how the hackathon works), resources (and give-aways) and participating companies
9:50 – 10:30 am Q&A
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