The AI Commons Health & Wellbeing Hackathon is an online competition to develop ground breaking and innovative working prototypes, models or solutions driven by Artificial Intelligence that can solve identified local health problems or improve identified existing health technology solutions in Nigeria.
The AI Commons Project is a proof of concept of a new methodology of developing Artificial Intelligence solutions that allows anyone, anywhere to benefit from the possibilities that AI can provide. The project aims to increase/improve the accessibility, reproducibility, contextualization and enhancement of Artificial Intelligence solutions globally and especially in emerging markets.
The project aims to demonstrate how a global community of AI experts can learn and co-create mutually beneficial solutions with the opportunity for cross-county incremental enhancement.
The AI Commons Health & Wellbeing Hackathon is an online competition for AI experts, health workers, academic researchers, health tech organizations, students and any other interested party with ground breaking and innovative working prototypes, models or solutions driven by Artificial Intelligence and can solve identified local health problems or improve identified existing Artificial Intelligence health solutions in Nigeria.
1. Knowledge of teams skill an competence required to take up the challenge.
2. Demonstrated experience and history of taking up similar challenges.
3. Team familiarity or understanding of the problem space.
4. Diversity of the team (A team should have members from different backgrounds with at least one member with a medical background or a verifiable understanding of the problem space).
1st place: $4, 000
2nd place: $3, 000
3rd place: $2, 000
Does it solve any of the identified problems?
Can the solution be easily understood?
Does it align with the values/ethics/morals of its users?
How well does it profer solutions the problem?
How easy is it to use?
What is the quality of the data used in the solution?
How easy is it to rebuild the solution?
How easy is it to test the solutions or verify modifications?
How easy is it to modify or improve its functionality?
Is the solution documented in line with the template provided?