What is AIFAHacks?
AIFAHacks is a student-run hackathon organized by AIFA - AI For All. By aiming to provide students with the opportunity to learn more about AI, we want to connect them with the resources they need to succeed.
To get started, head over to our discord and look at our resources to learn more about what you can use for your project. After that, get with your team and start coding!
Intermediate/Advanced: Create an application for social good using ChatGPT or Bard's API OR your own ML algorithm!
Beginner: Create an application for social good using Bubble's AI App Builder!
What to Submit
Submit an inspiration description, what your app does, how you built it, challenges you ran into, accomplishments you're proud of, what you learned, what's next for your app, what language you built your app with, and a link to your github repo(if advanced).
Also submit a video no longer than 3 minutes presenting your project and covering all of the criteria on our rubric. You may also add a quick description about your application. Cover things like your thought process for your idea, a demo of your project, and some challenges you faced.
$650 in prizes
1st place overall
$350 + Medals + Trophy
2nd place overall
$200 + Medals
3rd place overall
Medals + Swag!
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Blue Cross Blue Shield AI department
Did the project address the theme/problem statement? Was the idea thoughtful and innovative?
How functional is the app? Did the participants put in effort to add in as much functionality as possible?
Was there any prior planning for the application? Did the participants put in effort into trying to make a well-designed app?
Does the presentation clearly cover everything about the application? Does the presentation connect the project to the requirements in the rubric? i.e challenges faced, how well team worked together, thought process behind idea
How "out of the box" was the team in incorporating this theme? How novel and crazy is this idea?
Teamwork and Collaboration
Did the team work well together? What lessons did the team learn from the hackathon?
Bonus- Using AI
Did the project incorporate AI somehow?