Thinkers and innovators from around the world are striving to engage the AIU Challenge of today's marine technology in an open dialogue and active participation, acting as challengers of digital transformation for the sake of ocean environment-responsible, sustainable development.
Learn about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, training data, and bias while exploring ethical issues and how AI can be used to address world ocean/marine problems. Enjoy your first step in a new journey to teach more about AI.
Challengers can be undergraduates and graduates who work as a team or individually and take on a slew of other real-world challenges. They learn to re-investigate details of theoretical knowledge, harness their technical communication skills, and build valuable leadership skills. Along the way, students are also learning self-reliance and jump-start innovation, encouraging intelligent risk-taking as they exercise their growing science, technology, education, and mathematical skills. Teams must generate a working prototype (pure software) that can be uploaded on the challenge repo on GitHub as an example and agree on its open-source license with Keeping IPs to each project owner. Also, it must be mentioned that it is open for anyone professional or researchers or students, and teams must submit their idea proposal to be approved first as must have filtered strong teams who attend the finals