Sikka's second-ever external Hackathon focused on predictive analytics – namely, predicting the production of (totally deidentified) dental practices.
AI enthusiasts got to compete alongside a peer set that includes members of some of the top data science departments working in tech.
Congratulations to all of Sikka’s AI Model Hackathon winners, and all of the participants who helped turn innovative ideas into realities.
A big shout-out to all others who contributed to the success of our event – our amazing judges and Sikka team members. We look forward to the next Hackathon!
Read the full press release here to learn about the winners of the AI Model Hackathon.
The winning team was awarded cash prize $5,000
Cash prize of $3,000
Cash prize of $2,000
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