The competition is open to students in years 7 to 10 and tasks them with how they could improve their school or community through the use of Artificial Intelligence.
Students will brainstorm and then vote for what they think is the best idea.
Once the best solution has been decided it will be fleshed out by all the students and a short video will be recorded outlining their thinking as guided by the Educator pack provided for the day.
Please refer to the terms & conditions page for full details about the competition and how to enter.
The winning pair for each year level will receive:
Second place will receive:
2 X JB HIFI VOUCHERS (valued at $200 each)
Third place will receive:
2 X JB HIFI VOUCHERS (valued at $150 each)
There will be a winning pair from each state and territory (8 in total). Each state-based Year 10 winning pair (from the same school) will be given the opportunity to do a week’s long, all expenses paid, work experience at one of Australia’s top technology companies.
CORPORATE SUPPORTERS FOR WORK EXPERIENCE INCLUDE:
In addition to the work experience, each of the Year 10 winners from each state and territory will receive:
2 X JB HIFI VOUCHERS (valued at $250 each)
The schools from where the winning year 10 students are from will be awarded one ticket to the ATSE Annual Symposium, ACTIVATE 2022 for a teacher from that school to attend with all expenses paid.
8 X TICKETS TO THE ATSE ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM, ACTIVATE 2022
From October 25-27, Australia’s foremost impact network for leading applied scientists, technologists and engineers – the Australian Academy Technology and Engineering (ATSE) – is inviting global and Australian change-makers to a first-of-its-kind event.
On the heels of the Australian Federal Election, ACTIVATE 2022 will bring together 500 high-level representatives from across government, business and academia and feature keynote presentations from global future shapers.
The event will celebrate Australia’s most revered engineering and technology entrepreneurs, award emerging innovators and unite policymakers, CEOs and academics in charting a future course for Australia’s globally-focused STEM workforce and a technology-powered, human-driven future.