For the second year in a row, the EdTech Network, working in conjunction with leading technology companies, is offering teams of students, faculty, and staff the chance to compete for grants totaling $100,000.
Teams will be challenged to use the artificial intelligence (AI) platform(s) of their choosing to develop and present AI-based solutions that improve the student experience at Penn State, solve real problems that the University is facing, and/or generate innovative startup ideas.
A panel of judges will award select projects $2,500 in seed money for development. After a second round of judging, the panel will select a subset of those projects to receive an additional $5,000 for further development of a minimum viable product. Upon reviewing the minimum viable products, the panel will award additional funding to select projects from the remaining $50,000 pool of funds.
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Congratulations to the Phase One winners. The following ideas have been selected for funding:
Learn more about past Challenge winners.