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Hackathon: Bias, Diversity and Trust issues in Artificial Intelligence

Friday, March 6, 2020 @ 5:00 PM

Within a 24-hour period, participants must design and implement a software and/or hardware solution to address data bias, diversity and/or trust issues in AI applications.  Students will gain content knowledge in a variety of hands-on workshops, interactive labs, exciting demonstrations and technical talks including an introduction to AI, Python Programming Basics and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) hardware. In addition, there will be networking opportunities, entertainment and high-energy mini-challenges throughout the event.  You can participate by yourself or as part of a team.  If you don’t have a team we can find one for you (maximum of 4 members per team).  REGISTER TODAY!  You definitely do not want to miss this event!

 

Be sure to attend one of the Pre-requisite Hackathon Training Sessions:
February 19th, 2020 (open) - https://iotevents.intel.com/VirtualWorkshop2020Feb19/
March 2nd, 2020 (open) - https://iotevents.intel.com/VirtualWorkshop2020March2/

Join the #COEHacks Discord: https://discord.gg/St7cHUH


 
Contact's first and last name
bernadin@eng.famu.fsu.edu