Huawei’s GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE in progress – tempting cash prizes up for grabs | News

Shenzhen, China, July 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE 2022 has recently been officially launched and opened for online registration. Any full-time student officially enrolled in a higher education institution can now enter the competition and compete for a prize of $ 210,000. Co-hosted by the Jiangsu Association of Artificial Intelligence (JSAI), Huawei Consumer Cloud Service Division and Huawei Nanjing Research Center, the competition aims to attract emerging young developers who have a passion for AI and a commitment to apply it in more scenarios for a fully connected , smart world.

Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE is running for the fourth year in a row since its launch in 2019, and in the first three years it received over 2,500 algorithm submissions from nearly 8,000 teams from 45 countries and regions. Over 150 competitors were awarded. Row outstanding participants from the best universities in the country China have been registered by Huawei. The competition combines theory with practice and brings together young talents to promote new AI technologies in both theoretical and practical terms.

Wang Yue, President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service Application Ecosystem BU, explained the ambitious goals of the competition: The development of artificial intelligence ushered in the era of ubiquitous intelligence. Our goal is to inspire talent across the global campus to explore new frontiers in AI and solve global problems. ”

Advice from internationally recognized experts and Huawei specialists

The competition has been enriched with contributions from recognized international AI experts who will provide advice and mentoring to participants. Among this year’s experts are Zhi Hua Zhouprofessor and head of the Department of Computer Science and Technology of the University Nankeen and a foreign member of the European Academy, Pascal Van HentenryckAAAI Fellow, A. Russell Chandler III Chair, and Professor at H. Milton Stewart Schooland Giuseppe de Giacomo, AAAI Fellow, ACM Fellow and Full Professor at Sapienza University in Rome. Their expertise will add some authority to competition and encourage industrial, academic and research achievement.

Three competition proposals that address real challenges

Experts assessed potential competition proposals based on five criteria: technical innovation, practical value, risk assessment, popularity and difficulty, and finally agreed three proposals for the practical application of AI in the areas of advertising recommendation, mapping and interactivity, media services. The first is “knowledge-based spoken dialogue”, the second is “intelligent lane rendering data quality control” and the last is “CTR prediction based on data from different domains from advertising and news feeds.”

Cash prizes

The competition kicked off with registration on June 24 and consists of a qualifying round (June 24 to August 24) and an elite final (September 3 to mid-September). After competing online in the Play-In Stage, seven teams from each entry will be selected for the Elite Finals, where a total of 21 teams will compete for three entries via an online competition and cash prize showcase.

Huawei’s Shining Stars Program provided a total cash prize of $ 210,000 for the contest, which will be distributed among the top seven teams for each of the three submissions. Winner $ 35,000, second place $ 15,000 and third $ 10,000. In addition, four teams will receive a $ 2,500 award.

Huawei sincerely invites all student developer brave enough to challenge themselves to present their best work to the world.

Click herehereand register today!

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