Global Artificial Intelligence Hackathon
The Global Hackathon series is community-centered event. It is run by local event organizers around the world. New York is one of the 9 cities to participate in the first season of the hackathon series.
The first ever Global Hackathon series is kicking off with Artificial Intelligence. Whether you are an expert or a newbie in AI, we welcome you to join this event and work with your local innovator community to prototype and find solutions to real world problems.
Come and join your community and have fun!
Best Twilio Hack
Best Clarifai Hack
Best Microsoft Cognitive Services Hack
Best Microsoft Graph API Hack
Best #FAKENEWS Hack
Best use of AI in the Workplace
How AI will change the way we work
Anything you can think of that can make the way we work more efficient by facilitating collaboration, access to data, analysis, etc.
Microsoft Graph API: allows access to all the data of Microsoft users: emails, calendar, documents, contacts, working groups, etc
Cognitive Services API: a series of artificial intelligence algorithms for vision, speech, language and knowledge.
Best Emotional AI Hack
Humans are usually very good at recognizing emotions through facial expressions, tones, gestures etc. But, what about computers? Probably not so much... yet.
Your challenge is to build a model (from scratch or on top of an existing model) that is smart enough to recognize various emotions through voice or facial expressions. Find a movie, speech, or any other video source, use your model to extract the appropriate content, and then transform the section accordingly. You may add sound, text, visual elements, alter the voice or video background...anything you’d like, the only rule is to make sure the process is automated and the result is fun!
Best First Time Hack
Best Social Impact Hack
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
- Participants: Individuals (over 18 years in age); Teams; Organizations (up to 100 employees)
How to enter
Challenges will be announced globally during the kick off of the event, and attendees can pick one of the challenges to work on either by themselves or with a team. After two days of hacking and prototyping, teams have the option to showcase their projects on stage. Your local audience will pick 3 winners, one for each challenge, prizes TBD.
CTO at FOWNDERS
Senior Product Manager at Clarifai
Developer Evangelist at Twilio
Director of Engineering at Clarity
1. Hack supports social good, diversity and/or inclusivity.
2. Disrupts the status quo for a problem, industry or demographic.
3. Challenge to build from a technical standpoint.
4. Product effectively solves a problem in an innovative way