2021 Washington Artifical Intelligence Summit
The Washington Chapter of GirlsComputingLeague invites middle and high school students to join us for this day of introduction to Artificial Intelligence!
The Washington AI Summit is an opportunity open to middle and high school students that are interested in learning the fundamentals of the various aspects of Artificial Intelligence. Students will gain exposure to the rapidly expanding field of Artificial Intelligence through hands-on workshops and panels led by industry professionals with chances to win prizes!
AIdeathon Submission Deadline
May 21, 2021
Who Can Attend
Middle and High School Students
How will the event be held?
This event will be held virtually. Participants will recieve a Zoom link to the panels and workshops after registration.
Day 1 (PST)
|9:05-9:20 Opening Ceremony|
|9:20-9:50 Introduction to AI|
|9:50-10:30 Biotechnology Pitch Exposition|
|10:30-11:30 Diversity in Tech Panel|
|11:30-12:00 Lunch Break|
|12:00 -12:30 Education Pitch Exposition|
|12:30-1:10 Introduction to Cybersecurity|
|1:10-1:30 Cybersecurity Pitch Exposition|
|1:30-2:20 Free Choice Pitch Exposition|
|2:20 – 2:45 Awards Ceremony|
|2:45 – 3:00 Closing Ceremony|
Prizes, Rules and Questions
AIdeathon Prize Breakdown
1st Place: $300
2nd Place: $200
3rd Place: $100
Most Innovative Project: $100
Best All-Girls Project: $100
Best Middle School Project: $100
Best High School Project: $100
Rules and Registration:
Middle and high school students are eligible to participate in the AIdeathon and attend. Participants can work individually or with a team of up to 4. We are looking for projects that include creative systems/solutions and provide descriptive details about their innovation and how it is helpful to society. Participants are required to submit an video through the form on the Girls Computing League website. Deadline for all pitches is April 19th, 2021.
Students should answer the following questions in their 3 minute abstract or video:
1. What is your innovative product/service?
2. What problems is your product/service designed to solve?
3. How is your product/service innovative and different from other products/services intended to solve the same problems?
In the Entrepreneurship Pitch, participants will need to address the following areas (5 minutes):
1. Product need and what problem it solves
2. Market size for the product
3. What the product does and its features. How does the product use AI?
4. Competitive analysis (how is the product different than other products)
5. Product demo, screenshots, or pictures, if applicable
6. Future vision for the product
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