AI@Sustainability
Hackathon

powered by SIEMENS AI Lab
 


 

It was a blast!

The Hackathon took part 24th - 27th of June 2020


Interested in what happend? You can find all our streams here 

 


 

 

The Hackers were joining forces with leading global organizations and tackled sustainability challenges that will shape our future.

Research in Artificial Intelligence is advancing rapidly, with an already visibly impact on our digital lives. But how can AI contribute to the pursuit of sustainable industrial solutions? How can we realize the full potential of modern AI technologies in the physical world?

The Siemens AI Lab Munich is cooperating with selected industry partners around the globe to bring their sustainability-driven AI use cases to you for a 72-hours virtual Hackathon. To become part of the journey you can apply here and choose your favorite project track to solve relevant challenges with machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, semantic modeling, computer vision or signal processing.

This was a unique opportunity to join forces with domain experts and data scientists from Siemens and our partners, gain valuable insight into exclusive data and contribute to real AI-based solutions by bringing your expertise to the table.


 

   

Our Challenges

We offer you the opportunity to work with us and our trusted corporate partners on high-impact AI applications in pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals. For you, we have developed exciting challenges with real data and will be offering you full support during the Hackathon. Let yourself be inspired by their ideas and check out which track is the most interesting for you. Click on the challenges to learn more.

   
 

About our sustainable intentions

SDGs: Adapting to huge global challenges like poverty, inequality, climate change and environmental degradation the United Nation (UN) member states agreed on general sustainability principles in 2012 and developed 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The core idea was to enhance not only economic growth, but to address social needs and global challenges with 169 specific targets until 2030. But as the UN is not a legislative institution the agreed goals are not legally binding. Therefore, every country, company and individual has to take responsibility for the implementation of the SDGs.

We at the Siemens AI Lab are aware of this great responsibility and want to initiate solutions to challenges that affect us all. We are here to tackle this problem. Together with your talent, passion and expertise we want to plant the seed, so something greater can grow.

   
 

About the the Siemens AI Lab

We initiate innovation activities for Responsible Industrial AI solutions at Siemens through a co-research platform. We leverage Siemens’ industrial excellence and the strength of Munich’s AI ecosystem through a diverse community of experts, effective innovation formats, and an AI-first mindset.

   
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