October 14th & 15th
TED AI For Good Hackathon
TED AI, a first of its kind TED event, held in San Francisco is organizing a 2-day hackathon to utilize the transformative power of AI for good to benefit the community.
Are you interested in creating sustainable AI solutions, pitching your AI startup and meeting inspirational mentors?
Apply to join the TED AI Hackathon, to learn new tools, build cool stuff and build your network of support!
The winning project will be featured on the TED AI stage on Tuesday 17 October!
Saturday & Sunday, October 14th & 15th
555 California Street
Suite 200 San Francisco
The focus of this hackathon is to address societal challenges and improve people’s resiliency through the application of AI.
Can you create a climate resilience dashboard, enhance healthcare diagnostics, personalize education, or provide assistance to underserved communities?
Do you know how to utilize AI to aid in humanitarian efforts, disaster response, and crisis management?
How about applying AI for energy optimization, resource management, smart agriculture, waste reduction, and environmental monitoring to contribute to a more sustainable future?
How can we enable better access to information and services for people with diverse abilities by using AI to develop assistive technologies and improve communication.
The United Nation resources around their Sustainable Development Goals open source data sets that are designed to address various social, economic, and environmental challenges faced by the world and to promote sustainable development in a holistic manner.
Can you think of leveraging AI for better causes? We would love to hear from you.
Judges will look at the tools you are using and how well your team addresses societal challenges and improves people’s resiliency through the application of AI.
JOON SUNG PARK
Ph.D. Student in Computer Science, Stanford University
WALTER DE BROUWER
GABRIELA DE QUEIROZ
Principal Cloud Advocate, Microsoft
Co-Founder and CEO, LangChain
Co-Founder & CEO, Lelapa AI
What are we looking for?
Teams of 2-5 people that consist of:
Subject matter experts
Related skill sets
You’ll be competing with many other groups that will be creating AI-powered solutions.
AWARDS FOR BEST SOLUTIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED - STAY TUNED!