Date: September 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Host: UF, IBM, Florida Technology Council
The University of Florida, in partnership with IBM, is calling on the country’s brightest minds to join a virtual innovation challenge aimed at addressing the Sunshine State’s most pressing conservation issues.
Innovators of all experience levels are invited to join the IBM Data Science Community by participating in the Florida Hacks with IBM hackathon, an event where students will be asked to help combat the significant observable effects occurring in the environment.
Registration opens Wednesday, June 30.
Be Part of the Change
Join the University of Florida and IBM in protecting environmental resources and preparing communities for the impact of climate change.
In 6 weeks, you and your team will build an application in one of our challenge areas that can change the world using IBM AI and machine learning technologies and with support by leaders in technology and climate from University of Florida, IBM, and other partner organizations.
As a hackathon participant, you will be provided with $200 in cloud credits to access to all of IBM’s services on the cloud.
Who Should Participate?
This hackathon is for U.S. residents only. Students, developers, entrepreneurs, designers, skilled individuals, and even first time hackers are encouraged to join the Florida Hacks with IBM Hackathon. Please note that the participation age for this hackathon is 16 years and older. Individuals who are under 18 years of age will require a signed parent or guardian consent form. Failure to do so will disqualify an individual from participation.
To learn more about eligibility, please review the Official Rules.
Learn more about this event at floridahackswithibm.bemyapp.com.