Machine Learning Doesn't Have to be Just Another Buzz Word, Make it Real with Sigmoid Hacks!
NOTE: This hackathon is for all skill levels! If you have never touched ML before, make sure to participate in the beginner workshop ready to learn!
Please register through the following form: https://airtable.com/shr5uBXIbPD6p7uMc
Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/SHGWWJVcpu
Sigmoid Hacks is a free 3-day International virtual event for high school and college students. Come to acquire skills in the field of machine learning and its various applications through a series of workshops and seminars featuring guest speakers. Participants may work by themselves or in groups of up to 3 members. It is an opportunity for everyone to learn new skills, ask questions, get guidance from mentors, participate in fun mini-challenges, and win amazing prizes! Sigmoid Hacks is a student-led hackathon from Hack Club.
You may submit: A project, a brief research paper, or even a set of detailed slides demonstrating your knowledge of ML, etc.
- Any student currently attending middle school, high school and university OR is 20 years of age or younger (MUST BE 13+ YEARS OLD)
- You must state whether or not you are a high school student or middle school student by including the tag: [student] in your submission.
- Participants can choose to work by themselves or in groups of up to 3 members
Submit before Jan 18th 1PM PST
You can submit ANYTHING related to ML: a project, a brief research paper, or even a set of detailed slides demonstrating your knowledge of ML.
Your submission must include a video or a series of images.
$1,849 in prizes
First Place Winner
Second Place Winner
Third Place Winner
Best NN From Scratch Project
Neural Networks From Scratch Book (http://nnfs.io)
Most Applicable Project
Most Visual Project
Best Hardware Hack
- 1 year free Jetbrains products
- Sigmoid Hacks Swag and Stickers
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Founder Of Sigmoid Hacks & Workshop Host
Workshop Host & Finance
ML Graduate Student @ Northeastern
If you make the judges say "wow." The best way to do this is by deploying your project for the judges to Interact with.
Could your project be used to solve a problem in the real world?
Yes, we take this into account! Don't be afraid to build an NN from scratch in assembly if you feel the motivation.