Intellinet Experts Participate as Mentors & Judges at Microsoft's Artificial Intelligence Hackathon

October 15, 2018

Intellinet Experts Participate as Mentors & Judges at Microsoft's Artificial Intelligence HackathonOn Saturday, October 13th, Microsoft and TAG in collaboration with the Data Science and Business Intelligence Society of Atlanta successfully hosted its first Artificial Intelligence Hackathon.  Experts from Intellinet, a management consulting and technology services firm, were honored to participate in the event as mentors and judges.  

Over 65 data scientists and students participated in the all-day hackathon center around A.I.  Teams were presented with two challenges.  The first challenge was to create a hack based using a variety of Azure components, including Cognitive Services, CosmosDB, and Azure Search.  The second challenge was to build a robust authentication system that uses both facial and voice inputs to verify a user from a set of pre-enrolled user profiles.

“The participation and ingenuity of the hackathon teams that participated exceeded our expectations” said Karim Lalji, Enterprise Data & AI Specialist at Microsoft.  “This was a great event for showcasing how Microsoft technologies can address real-world challenges and we grateful for Intellinet’s support and thought leadership during this inaugural event.”

About Intellinet

Intellinet is a purpose-driven management consulting & technology services firm.  Intellinet delivers value-creating solutions and material impact for clients through industry-aligned strategy, digital, and technology services.  We partner with future-minded corporate leaders who value execution excellence in both business and digital transformation. With an experience-driven mindset, we lead boldly and innovate alongside our clients, enabling them to realize the full business value of today’s technologies.  Intellinet is an independent subsidiary of FPT, a global leader in digital transformation with offices across southeast Asia, Europe, and the US.

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