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VESAITHON

AI FOR SOCIETY
24 HOURS NATION WIDE HACKATHON
(28th & 29th June, 2019)

About The Event

Through this Hackathon, initiated by Leading India AI hosted by VESIT, vesAIthon’19, we propose to make an impact on the community by building a workable AI solution for most pressing Social Challenges faced by Senior Citizens, Differently abled and Kids. At this event, we bring together India’s best coders, developers, designers, innovators, creators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. VesAIthon’19 is geared up for those who are passionate about building, designing and innovating. It is a 24 Hours AI coding event where the enthusiasts meet, develop and compete in the product prototyping competition. The final judging will be done by the end users and experts themselves.

Prizes Pool

₹50,000/-

₹30,000/-

₹15,000/-

Some Exciting Prizes

Problem Statement

Developing AI Assistant For Senior Citizen, Differently Abled People & Kids

1. ELDERLY ISOLATION – How might we encourage elderly to further interact with other members of their community, so as to reduce social isolation?

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2.MEDICAL COMPLIANCE – How to caution the users and inform relatives or near and dear ones in case of emergency?

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3.CAREGIVER STRESS – How might we support caregivers in their caregiving tasks so as to reduce workload and stress?

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1.Personalized Learning – How might we encourage independent learning in children so as to improve understanding in important subjects in various languages?

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2.Smart Learning- Sometimes kids are reluctant to listen the ideas of parents and teachers/ or to whom they interact on regular basis.  How might we inculcate the behavior of doubt solving for children?

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3.Improvement of Cognitive Skills – How might we improve kids cognitive skills as in today’s world these are the most important abilities to possess? How we can learn from usage pattern of kids, the area of interest and polish it.

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1.Skill Enhancement- How might we improve skills/Employment opportunities for disabled people in India

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2.Navigation Helper – App to map disabled-friendly locations–In today’s busy world, it is hard to get assistance and dependability not being an effective solution it is very difficult for people with mobility challenges to travel to their choice of destination when communication is also a major barricade. How might we provide ways to map disabled-friendly locations and the facilities available at different location.

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3.Better Communication Tools – How might we provide better communication tools for disabled people?

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Sponsors

We Are Proudly Associated With Our Sponsors

Platinum Partner

Gold Partner

Our Collaborators

Organizing Team

Dr. Deepak Garg

Dr. Deepak Garg

deepak.garg@bennett.edu.in
Dr. Vipul Mishra

Dr. Vipul Mishra

vipul.mishra@bennett.edu.in
Dr (Mrs.) Vijayalakshmi M

Dr (Mrs.) Vijayalakshmi M

m.vijayalakshmi@ves.ac.in
Dr (Mrs.) Shalu Chopra

Dr (Mrs.) Shalu Chopra

shalu.chopra@ves.ac.in
Mrs. Sangeeta Oswal

Mrs. Sangeeta Oswal

sangeeta.oswal@ves.ac.in
Mrs. Lifna C S

Mrs. Lifna C S

lifna.cs@ves.ac.in
Vidya Pujari

Vidya Pujari

vidya.pujari@ves.ac.in

Meet Our Team

Ravikumar Soni

Ravikumar Soni

2017ravikumar.soni@ves.ac.in

9920147202

Rupesh Juyal

Rupesh Juyal

2017rupesh.juyal@ves.ac.in

9921131455

Vishal Israni

Vishal Israni

2015vishal.israni@ves.ac.in

8698552370

Devendra Chaudhari

Devendra Chaudhari

2015devndra.chaudari@ves.ac.in

9022460134

Deepa Narayanan

Deepa Narayanan

2015deepa.narayanan@ves.ac.in

8793193158

Gayatri Ganapathy

Gayatri Ganapathy

2015gayatri.ganapathy@ves.ac.in

8655317244

Frequently Asked Question

Team Size : Minimum 2 – Maximum 4 members

Teams need to register by uploading PPT for the selected problem statement and other basic details on the registration form hosted on https://vesaithon.ves.ac.in/registration/

Yes. The reimbursement for 3 tier Ac train tickets from the nearest station of the participant to the nearest station from the Venue will be provided  (To and Fro).

Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology

Address: Hashu Advani Memorial Complex, Collector’s Colony, Chembur, Mumbai – 400 074. India.

Yes. Participants need to bring college ID cards & Aadhaar card or any other identity proof.

Participants will be judged on the basis of uniqueness and innovation when they submit the idea/abstract. The technical skill set and realistic approach towards the problem will be judged during the telephonic scrutiny.

All the communication will be done via mail / telephone with the team leader.

First : 50,000/-

Second: 30,000/-

Third: 15,000/-

Other Exciting Prizes

Participants are expected to get their laptops, mobile phones, mouse or hotspot device (if required) …etc

The team that develops the project is the owner of the project and IP. We do encourage sharing of code with others in the community or making code open source but it is not required to participate in the event.

Yes, inter college team is allowed to participate Even 2015-2019 batch (Appearing in summer 2019) are also allowed.