Posted on 31 May, 2019 in Students, Events

AI for Good Challenge Darwin Hackathon

AI for Good Challenge Darwin Hackathon

On Wednesday 29 May 18 Darwin High School Year 10 Electronics and Robotics students participated the AI for Good Challenge Darwin Hackathon.

The AI for Good Challenge is a national program run in 2019. It is designed to help Australian high school students learn about AI, understand the ethics behind the technology and innovate AI concepts that could make a difference for the Earth, Accessibility or Humanitarian Action.

On the hackathon the students have learnt about AI as a technology, engaged with the ethics of AI, innovated AI concepts and prepared to submit these on the day to the final AI for Good Challenge.

The students enjoyed some ‘silly ideas’ on the sticky notes turned into innovative ideas through lively discussion and became confident to develop their ideas further for 2019 Challenge.

Well done teams and we look forward to see the outcome of the challenge!

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