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TechIsland a Community Partner for upcoming HackAIthon

TechIsland will be a Community Partner for the upcoming HackAIthon, organised by Quadcode on 15 and 16 June at The Warehouse by IT Quarter.

The event is set to bring together 100 talented participants competing for a share of the €40,000 prize pool.
The HackAIthon is dedicated to crafting innovative AI solutions that will revolutionise the finance sector, aiming to enhance the digital economic landscape with unprecedented efficiency and accuracy. Throughout the two-day competition, teams will engage in developing AI applications in areas such as:
Personalisation in Trading: Creating AI tools tailored to individual user preferences, such as voice assistants, social networking features, and chatbots in fintech.
AR and VR Technologies: Merging the digital and physical worlds to forge immersive financial experiences.
AI in Education: Developing AI-driven financial education systems featuring adaptive learning modules and simulations.
Participants are encouraged to present their unique AI-driven projects for a chance to compete in the final round. All submissions will undergo a rigorous evaluation by industry experts and potential investors, focusing on their technical merit and user impact to spotlight the most innovative solutions.

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