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


  • 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.