Ten student teams will be funded to use AI for Good to build and submit a minimum viable product in the Nittany AI Challenge for a chance to compete for a portion of a $25,000 prize pool. Students were invited to submit their ideas to improve the world by providing solutions for problems within the areas of education, health, humanitarian challenges, sustainability and climate change.
Twenty teams have been awarded $500 to pursue their ideas to use artificial intelligence for good in the 2020 Nittany AI Challenge to improve the world by providing solutions for problems within the areas of education, health, humanitarian challenges, sustainability and climate change.
Cybersecurity and innovation will take center stage at the Penn State Outreach and Online Education Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 24, at the Nittany Lion Inn. Penn State Outreach and Online Education will honor four distinguished guests with the Dubin Pioneer Award, Fischer Award of Distinction, and Penn State World Campus Outstanding Alumni Awards.
Penn State student teams used artificial intelligence to create more efficient ways for students to study, find a job and assess the housing situation. Revu, Resilient Resumes and LionPad received a combined total of $25,000 from the Nittany AI Alliance to continue working on their solutions, which were developed during the 2019 Nittany AI Challenge. The funding was awarded Sept. 10 at the Nittany AI Challenge Celebration Event.