Contest Results
  Contest Photos
  Slides for the Distinguished Lecture "Fuzzy Logic Systems: Origin, Concepts and Trends"
  Video of the Distinguished Lecture
  Winners of the Lucky Draw :
 First Prize:
     Yip Pui Nam
 Second Prize:
     Rocky Chan Nok Ki
     Au-Yeung Wan Ting
     Cheung Man Hong
     Kwok Chi Man
  To arouse the public's interest and awareness of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and their application for making our lives more comfortable and our society more efficient and competitive.
To facilitate knowledge exchange on AI applications among students from local and mainland universities.
  Organized by
  Department of Computer Science, Hong Kong Baptist University
  Sponsored by
  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Hong Kong Chapter
Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE), Electronics Division
IEEE (Hong Kong) Neural Network Society
Pearson Education Asia Limited
  Frequently Asked Questions
  Question 1: What makes Intelligence@Society Contest distinct from other related project competitions?
  While some existing project competitions are solely paper-based and evaluate projects primarily based on academic merits, this contest emphasizes on demonstrable projects illustrating A.I. applications in the society.
  Question 2: What is a demonstrable project?
  We refer to a demonstrable project as a computer program or hardware prototype illustrating ideas, algorithms and applications of some A.I. technologies. The computer programs or prototypes should be reasonably self-contained and able to be understood and appreciated by laymen.