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NeuralBerry: Week Long Virtual Scavenger Hunt

May 8 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Learn about AI/ML with professional Data Scientists!
Play around with Python notebooks!
Discover trends in current AI/ML research!
$500 in Prizes!
Virtual Kickoff: Saturday, May 8th from 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Virtual Conclusion: Saturday, May 15th from 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Battelle is hosting a weeklong virtual scavenger hunt to demonstrate the capability of a new AI/ML website, NeuralBerry.org. NeuralBerry is a website whose tool suite will fill a need for AI/ML researchers and enthusiasts to explore and catalogue the current research across the globe, especially research unavailable in English. If you’ve ever bounced between articles on Medium, code on Github, research papers on Arxiv, and data on Kaggle, come help build a place to tie them all together! All content is viewable for editing, but registration is required to contribute. NeuralBerry includes:

  • Linking open-source research with code and data resources
  • Topic analysis and other data discovery tools
  • Discussion of translation tools

Registration is required for the Scavenger Hunt

For more information: http://www.neuralberry.org/pages/events/scavengerhunt

Registrants will receive additional information prior to the event. If you have questions, contact David Collins at Collins@Battelle.org.

 

This scavenger hunt gives students the opportunity to practice data science skills with a real world application, while also learning about new and ongoing research in the field. Neuralberry is a website for organizing the research, code, and data associated with data science and machine learning, with a special focus on enabling access to research being published in other languages.

The event will begin with an introduction of the website and tools, along with a discussion of the importance of following research being done elsewhere as the field continues to expand.

The goal of the scavenger hunt is to find data science and machine learning articles, databases, and code repositories to share with the community. Teams can be formed by groups of individuals, or by all students participating at a single school.

Prizes are available for:
Team

  • Most articles uploaded by a team
  • Most databases uploaded by a team
  • Most code repositories uploaded by a team

Individual

  • Most articles added
  • Most databases added
  • Most code repositories added
  • Best article added
  • Best Non-English article added
  • Best new glossary term
  • Best translation tool
  • Best discovery tool

Details

Date:
May 8
Time:
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Event Category:
Website:
https://battelleeducation.typeform.com/to/esfJdFVm

Organizer

David Collins
Email:
Collins@Battelle.org