About This Event
Come one, come all to NYC's first Artificial Intelligence Hackathon, hosted in collaboration with Clarifai!
The Theme: Make something with AI that will advance the inevitable robot apocalypse.
- This is a hackathon about having a good time! We're giving you fun themes to hack towards so that you can both exercise your hacking chops and have a ball doing it.
- Work in groups, or individually! We'll make sure all of those looking for teams will get a chance to interact with each other.
- Clarifai is hosting the event, but you are not required to use their technology to win. If you do though, you'll get extra free API credits, and we'll be hosting a workshop or two for beginners/anyone interested.
- Grand Prize
- Most Likely to Make Your Smart Home Kill You
- Most Likely to Distract Humans from Inevitable Oncoming Danger
- Most Likely to Slow Human Progress
- Most Secretly Evil
- Most Not-Secretly Evil
Most Likely to Make Your Smart Home Kill You
Most Likely to Distract Humans from Inevitable Oncoming Danger
Most Likely to Slow Human Progress
Most Secretly Evil
Most Not-Secretly Evil
Friends of eBay Prize
Interview into Friends of eBay off-batch (more details at the event)
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Individuals in person at the hackathon at General Assembly. It's okay if you're a robot.
Build something with AI that will advance the robot apocalypse. You need to show them you're on their side.
How to enter
If you need help, discuss here:
If you need API credits, get them here:
If you have questions, email here:
If you want to see our Code of Conduct, go here:
Director of Friends of eBay accelerator, Head of developer evangelism at eBay NYC
Machine Learning Data Scientist at Gilt
Civic Tech Fellow at Microsoft & Datanaut at NASA
Software Engineer at Clarifai
Grand Prize, Most Likely to Make Your Smart Home Kill You, Most Likely to Distract Humans from Inevitable Oncoming Danger, Most Likely to Slow Human Progress, Most Secretly Evil, Most Not-Secretly Evil, Ziggeo API Prize, Friends of eBay Interview