Calling all students and early career data scientists! Looking for a challenge to immerse yourself in data and tech, and the opportunity to learn from industry experts and collaborate with students around the world to build your experience and develop exciting skills? Then check out this competition!
The following information was provided to us by EY:
On 1 March, EY launched the 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge for university students and early career data scientists, part of an annual global data science program looking at how we can use data and AI to find tangible solutions to real-world problems and help build a better world.
In close partnership with Microsoft, the 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge tasks students with developing an automated fire-edge detection and forecasting model using airborne and satellite imagery from NASA, to help tackle the global threat of bushfires.
What’s in it for students?
- Free access to Microsoft’s cutting-edge technology stack, Azure
- Access to industry expert tutorials and training
- Free Microsoft IT certifications
- The opportunity to collaborate with students around the world
- The chance to win up to US$10,000 in cash prizes
- The top 60 global finalists will be offered mentoring from EY
Registration for the 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge is now open
Do you have the transformative mindset and skillset needed? Join the Data Challenge and find out. Register here!
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