70 participants, 25 teams from Friday night to Sunday evening, participated in the CSC 2020 Online Hackathon, conducted for the first time by the Hackathon Expert Group, together with Apostera for the Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics.
We have made every effort to ensure that participants and experts do not experience the inconvenience of working remotely and work hard and focused.
For two days, the organizers, experts, and participants collaborated as a single living organism, side by side.
Many teams have reached the finish line, but not all have run the marathon. In the finals, the teams offered a…
The seminar solved the problem of binocular stereo — restoring the map of depths (heights) from photos from two points. During the workshop, Valery outlined the mathematical background of the solution method, justified the principles of the optimal solution, and developed a program for finding the depth map, exploring the features and extreme cases.
03/02/2020 Hackathon Expert Group together with Nikita Kartavov, Apostera Software Engineer held an exciting seminar in the Reading room at the Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics of Taras Shevchenko National University. Nikita demonstrated the evolution of solving a complex engineering problem.
During the story, we examined the implementation features on various versions of the C ++ standard, and modern programming paradigms and their advantages, and the issue of optimization at all levels.
Yes, this task reflects the challenges that Apostera faces as an innovator in the field of high-tech embedded solutions for automotive, and a creative search for non-standard…
Yesterday, the Hackathon Expert Group team arranged the meeting of students with Apostera company, which is developing cutting edge AI solutions in the automotive industry for autonomous driving and advanced driver assistance systems, in particular, using the technology of augmented reality.
Participants delightedly plunged into the world of innovative solutions in such an established industry as the automotive, where each solution should be balanced, follow standards and be thoroughly tested because it is directly related to life safety. …
Yesterday at the “Chytalka” at the Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics, a meeting with Neuromation, organized by the Hackathon Expert Group, took place.
Maxim Prasolov, co-founder of the company, and Kirill Truskovsky, a leading Data Scientist, spoke about the platform being built, the tasks and prospects of ML, as well as the areas of collaboration with students. It was interesting, productive, clear and with examples.
On September 7, 2019, the Hackathon Expert Company attended a cool conference on Data Science and Machine Learning by our friends — Framework Days, held at the Mercure Kyiv Congress Hotel.
We were happy to introduce students and conference attendees to what we do and share our hackathon achievements.
The conference was held in two tracks of practical reports. A large number of cool speakers were present at the fwdays 19': Thomas Wolf (HuggingFace Inc.), Braden Hancock (Stanford University), Valeria Lacusta (Grammarly), Marianna Dyachuk (Women Who Code) and many others.
The focus of the conference was on:
- Data Science and…
First Computer Vision Hackathon took place in Creative Quarter
The first hackathon in Creative Quarter. Computer Vision + 3D. Apostera. XION Tech Ventures.
50 participants, 5 proficient in computer vision, 3D, and machine learning fields experts, fresh ideas of participants, intensive experience exchange and deep prototype development, and, as always, the unique atmosphere of the event created by Hackathon Expert Group — this is how the first hackathon in Creative Quarter was held.
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