Bangkok, Thailand – After the first launch in October, AI Space Challenge now has about 100 people signed up for the newsletter and some have registered to join the competition. We are arranging an introductory webinar on November 9, 2021, at 17:00 GMT+7 (Thailand Time) to introduce the competition to everyone.
You will meet the organizing team and people from ICE Cubes (Space Application Service) who will award the opportunity to execute your idea in the ICE Cubes AI Box onboard the International Space Station.
The main topic will be about
- Overview of AI Space Challenge
- Rule and eligibility
- Introduction to ICE CUbe Facility – AI Box
To get an access link to the event, please make sure you have sign-in as a subscriber or participant. You can choose one on the Registration page.
If you have any questions, you can ask us during the webinar Q&A session.
After the first introductory webinar, there will be a series of workshops that will help you with the ideation and technical parts. You can see a full schedule on the workshop page.
About AI Space Challenge:
The main objective of the challenge is to give students and universities from participating countries the opportunity to incorporate space into their STEM education curricula
The challenge will ask students to utilize the world’s smallest AI Supercomputer for Embedded and Edge Systems located directly on board the International Space Station (ISS), together with a number of different built-in sensors, allowing for collection, analysis and processing of various data gathered directly in a space environment by using self-created algorithms.