Here is a curated list of the top eight ML hackathons launched in 2021.
The Olympiad received over 1000 registrations from across the country. After undergoing a stringent qualifying round, 250 participants were selected, of which the top ten got an opportunity to give an in-person presentation at Shiv Nadar University, Delhi NCR before an eminent jury panel.
For those attending MLDS for the first time, consider this article as a peep into what you are in for!
Deloitte In Association With MachineHack Present Machine Learning Challenge – An Exclusive Online Hackathon For Data Scientists
Join this exclusive hackathon for data scientists and stand a chance to win cash prizes worth up to INR 1 lakh.
Within two weeks, the hackathon received more than 5,200 participants and 10,000+ submissions.
Sign up to win exciting Envision Racing merchandise and cash prize worth INR 12 lakhs.
Genpact Launches ‘Dare in Reality’ Hackathon: Predict Lap Timings For An Envision Racing Qualifying Session
Enter to build a model that predicts lap times for a qualifying session.
Genpact and Envision Racing, in association with MachineHack, invite data scientists, machine learning developers and artificial intelligence enthusiasts to showcase their skills and expertise.
What a gym is for athletes, hackathon platforms are for data scientists and machine learning professionals – a great place to practice and learn.
The Weekend Hackathon Edition #2 – The Last Hacker Standing Tea Story challenge concluded successfully on 19 August 2021. The challenge involved creating a time series analysis model that forecasts for 29 weeks . It had almost 240+participants and 110+ solutions posted on the leaderboard. Based on the leaderboard score,we have the top 4 winners […]
MachineHack is back again this weekend with yet another exciting hackathon for the data scientists’ community. This time the hackathon is dedicated to the passion and fervour which a sport creates. The challenge is to predict the outcome of a game based on some important predictor variables. This challenge is a part of MachineHack Weekend […]
According to Kaggle, the most commonly used algorithms were linear and logistic regression, followed closely by decision trees and random forests.