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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s College of Engineering has signed on as a community partner of EduHacks 2020, an education-based hackathon with international reach. The competition, presented by Vancouver-based HackHub and the Beifang International Education Group in China, has previously been sponsored by the likes of Microsoft and Adobe and is expected to draw students from over 100 international universities.
This free event aims to promote the multidimensional development of industry, education, and research through connecting universities and social enterprises. Through participating, students will be able to put theory into practice, work with passionate peers, connect with industry experts, and expand their professional networks. This year’s theme is Artificial Intelligence, with an emphasis on the Internet of Things, 5G Era and STEM.
To participate in EduHacks, individuals must be under the age of 35, have less than 5 years of experience, and be a high school/college student or young professional. Interested students may register thru August 20 via the EduHacks website.