Southern California's first all-female high school hackathon!
AIHacks is a student-run hackathon for high school females with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI). At AIHacks, participants are invited to spend a weekend dedicated toward learning new skills and building innovative projects, while establishing a network of relationships. Our mission is to empower young women to pursue their interests in technology and AI, as well as challenge them to apply their knowledge to make a difference in the world!
08:15 AM Doors Open
09:00 AM Opening Ceremony
09:30 AM Keynote: Dr. Kallirroi Georgila
10:00 AM Begin hacking!
10:00 AM Intro to Python Workshop
11:00 AM Intro to AI Workshop
12:00 PM Lunch
12:30 PM iOS App Development Workshop
12:30 PM HTML/CSS Workshop
01:30 PM Guest Lecture: Dr. Gale Lucas
02:00 PM Continue working!
03:30 PM Snack Break
04:30 PM Guest Lecture: Dr. Jonathan May
06:00 PM Dinner
10:00 PM Fun Activity: Cup StackingSunday
12:00 AM Midnight Snack
07:45 AM Breakfast
09:00 AM Submissions Due
09:15 AM Elevator Pitches Begin
11:00 AM Women in Tech Panel
11:45 AM Closing Survey and Snacks
12:00 PM Closing Ceremony and Awards
01:00 PM End!
Age: high school students
Gender: female (trans and non-binary inclusive)
Team Size: If you have a team of 2-4, great! If not, don't worry! Many of our participants apply without a team, and you will have the opportunity to form teams at AIHacks.
Students will work in teams of 2-4 to create either an app or website to solve a real-world problem. They will also create Google Slides presentations and pitch their projects to the judges on Sunday.
On Devpost, submit the following:
1) your code
2) a 50-100 word project description
3) your presentation (a link to your Google Slides document or pdf)
How to enter
Registrations for AIHacks are closed! For those of you who have registered, we can't wait to see you on June 15-16, 2019 at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies for a weekend of fun and coding!
Research Assistant Professor, USC Insitute for Creative Technologies
Senior Product Manager, i.am+
Lead Front End Developer, Puppyspot.com
Principal Software Engineer, Raytheon
AR Developer, AppliedVR
How pressing is the problem that is being addressed? Is it something that must be resolved as soon as possible?
Do other things like this exist? Is it a new and unexpected approach to solving the problem they mentioned?
Does it solve a real-world problem? Can it be implemented in the near future?
How difficult was the project?
Does it have the potential for long-term research and development?
Was the project and all accompanying algorithms thoroughly explained?
Is the app or webiste complete? Does it perform its intended purpose?