Welcome, here you will find information regarding the AI Hack challenges that took place between 17-18 November 2018.

Some guidance:

  • Ask interesting and innovative questions
  • Provide good methodology and analysis $\epsilon$
  • Be presentable

  • Please have IDE, Git/Github Desktop, Slack pre-installed before the event.
  • Make sure you include in your README.txt or pipfile/conda list a list of what packages you used
  • Specify the version of Python, R etc… you are using
  • You can submit a Jupyter notebook/weblink/pdf/html. If you are submitting a weblink, please include the link in a .txt file

Official Documentation of AI Hack

Opening presentation slides:

Brooklyn Housing Challenge Documentation, Glossary1, Glossary2, Marking Scheme

GWAS Challenge Documentation, Marking Scheme, Extra background

California Socioeconomic Correlations Challenge Documentation, Glossary, Marking Scheme

Road Accidents Challenge Documentation, Glossary, Marking Scheme

Rules

  • Use of blackbox functions is discouraged and will receive little marks. Explain what and why you used something.
  • No communicating or seeking help via messenger, Whatsapp, WeChat etc… Teams found violating this will be disqualified.
  • You are encouraged and allowed to use external data if you think it may benefit you, but check with us first.
  • Submit your solutions in a timely manner. Submissions later than 13:00 18 November 2018 will not be accepted. If you need to resubmit, just check with us.
  • Incomplete solutions will still be marked.