About this event
This idea has been percolating for quite a while in our minds, and it's finally live! We are hosting our first ML hackathon "Recurrent Neural Hacks"
As you all know, we've been doing (and will continue to do) AI Meetup Series where we bring together the industry leaders and technologists, and now we think we are ready to move forward and build things with the community.
On July 16th, we are hosting the 24 hours hackathon that includes some awesome workshops and sponsor prizes!
8:30 - Open Doors
9:50 - Opening Talk and Welcome Note
10:00 - Coding Starts!
10:00 - Pandas Data Exploration Workshop
11:00 - Scikit-learn Workshop
12:00 - Lunch
13:00 - Tensor Flow Workshop
/** Who said we've stopped coding?*/
17:00 - Snacks
19:00 - Dinner
3:00am - Snacks
10:00 - Coding Stops! Submissions due
10:10 - Pitch session starts
12:30 - Winners Announcement
13:00 - Networking
Innovation One of the goals for this hackathon is to learn and showcase the advancements of AI/ML/DL technologies. So all the projects have to use some sort of ML frameworks/libraries appl...
One of the goals for this hackathon is to learn and showcase the advancements of AI/ML/DL technologies. So all the projects have to use some sort of ML frameworks/libraries applied to new use cases. No one wants to see another tinder-like app.
All teams retain full ownership of what they have created during the hackathon.
We are having max. of 20 teams total. Teams of up to 5 people are allowed.
A fresh code is required for Recurrent Neural Hackathon. Of course, using 3rd party services, APIs, open source projects, libraries, and frameworks is totally allowed.
We are having 2 rounds of pitch sessions:
1) Qualification sessions: We will compose small batches of 4-5 teams to choose the semi-finalist to present of the Finals
2) Finals: Teams that have passed qualification sessions will present their project in the final session.
No pitch deck is required. Showcase what you have done, and tell us the story
Have great mood and having fun is essential qualification criteria!