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Global AI Hackathon: Impact Report

AI education is more important now than ever before. One of the best ways to teach AI is to actively engage students in building AI tools towards real world problems. This year, we launched the Global AI Hackathon to challenge participants to develop AI apps addressing the following themes: health & wellness or climate & sustainability. Participants created their apps using MIT App Inventor, a free and open-source web platform that hosts over 20 million users worldwide. There were four tracks in the competition: youth team, youth individual, adult or mixed-age team, and adult individual. Winners from the four tracks will present their projects at the MIT AI & Education Summit in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in July 2024. Learn more by reading our Impact Report.

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