Congratulations to our 10 winners!
We wish to thank everyone who has participated in this challenge.
|Title of Proposal||Name of Student(s)||Name of Institution|
|Crowd Avoider||Koh Tat Yao||Dunman High|
COVID – Contain Outbreak
Muhammad Khair B Abdul Rahim,
|ITE, College Central|
Data-driven Readiness and Risk Evaluator
Leow Cong Sheng
Improving Healthcare Efficiency
Bryan Sim ,Verity Lim,
|Mentality||Rose Evangeline Anne Dagman Destor||Dunman High|
|Customised Teaching Assistant||Huang Xiaoling||SMU|
|Bamboo: An App for Home-based Learning||Leow Yi Yang||Hwa Chong Institution|
|Personalised AI Job Portal for Job Seekers||Ang Song Gee||SUTD|
|Food Recipe and Grocery List Organising using AI Image Recognition||
Elijah Chia, Eugene Foo, Ryan Ho
Ang Jyan Yue, Ang Hong Li
UPDATE: Submission for the AI vs COVID-19 Ideation Challenge is now CLOSED.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone, claiming hundreds of thousands of lives and disrupting the livelihood of millions.
AI has the potential to transform our economy and improve lives. Given this unprecedented global crisis, we are launching an ideation challenge, with the aim to encourage the curation of innovative ideas using AI methods and technologies to improve people’s lives during and after the pandemic.
About the Challenge
AI Singapore invite proposals with innovative ideas which make use of AI to help Singapore emerge stronger and better from the current situation caused by the coronavirus, e.g. How can AI help to
- Maintain low infection rate while reducing movement restrictions for locals and visitors
- Provide relevant, up-to-date information to citizens, caregivers, and decision makers
- Support critical services and infrastructure
- Support those (businesses, individuals) whose livelihood is affected
- Help companies adapt their business models and supply chains to a post-COVID-19 world
- Increase Singapore’s self-sustainability
And many other possibilities….
- All full-time students (13 years and above) at local public schools e.g. Secondary, JC, ITE, Polytechnics and Universities
- Team of 1 – 4 members
Your proposal should address each of the following points:
- Problem statement
- Description of the issue to be addressed (max 250 words)
- Current solutions
- Description of if/how the problem is currently being addressed, and shortcomings of these solutions (max 250 words)
- Proposed solution
- Description of your proposed solution and how it addresses the problem (max 250 words)
- Expected benefits of your proposed solution over existing ones (max 250 words)
Note: Multiple submissions are allowed
Proposals will be reviewed by a panel of experts from AI Singapore and the Ministry of Health Office for Healthcare Transformation (MOHT) based on the following criteria:
- Societal value-add
- Feasibility & scalability