ADAPT are thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity for students passionate about Artificial Intelligence and Social Innovation. The Human-Centered AI Research Group (HAI) at Munster Technological University (MTU), in collaboration with the SFI Research Centre ADAPT, the British Council, and the British Embassy in Dublin, is organising the “AI for the Common Good Hackathon (coding days)” at MTU Bishopstown Campus, Cork, on November 1-2, 2023.
Student registration: To register and learn more about the event click here > https://forms.office.com/e/0rK4DT26qB?origin=lprLink
Date: November 01-02, 2023
Location: T106 and T107 (Tourism & Hospitality) MTU Bishopstown Campus Cork, Ireland
About the event:
This Hackathon (coding days) is designed for third-level students who have a background in either Artificial Intelligence or Social Innovation. Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate, innovate, and address real-world challenges through the power of AI. The event will include coding days, workshops, and mentorship sessions aimed at enhancing your skills and knowledge in the field.
This event represents an exceptional chance to not only enhance your AI skills but also make a significant impact on society through innovative solutions. It is a platform to connect with like-minded individuals and learn from the best in the field.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be part of a transformative event that focuses on the intersection of AI and social innovation. We encourage all students and colleagues at MTU to join us in making a positive change through technology.
Prizes: The winning team will receive a study visit trip to Bristol, one of the leading sustainable cities in the UK, scheduled for March 2023. This trip will provide a unique opportunity to explore relevant institutions, projects, and network with professionals in the field. Additionally, the winning teams from all countries where hackathons took place will gather to exchange ideas and experiences.