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2022 Imagine Cup Junior AI for Good Challenge winners

Microsoft is announcing the winners of the 2022 Imagine Cup Junior artificial intelligence (AI) for Good Challenge. The competition is an extension of the Microsoft Imagine Cup world championship. Targeting junior and secondary school students aged 13 to 18. It encourages educators to embrace new technologies like AI and machine learning and then provide these experiences to their students. It also seeks to help students develop skills like communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.

Students learn the fundamentals of AI and Machine Learning as well as the application of AI in real life. They also learn Deep Learning, Neural networks and AI for Good.

2022 imagine cup junior AI for good challenge winners

Out of thousands of participants from across the globe, ten teams are global winners. Submitting creative ideas that look to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges using the power of AI.
Out of thousands of participants from across the globe, ten teams are global winners. Submitting creative ideas that look to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges using the power of artificial intelligence (AI).

At Microsoft, we’re always impressed by the creativity in the solutions submitted by the future generation of students. Every student who took part brought their heart to their projects, which really came through to all of the judges.”

Rick Herrmann, Vice President Worldwide Public Sector Education

Here are the top 10 global winners and their creative concepts.

2022 Microsoft Imagine Cup Junior AI for Good Challenge winners

ARISE, Nepal.
ARISE is an AI-driven interactive application promoting accessibility for chemistry laboratory equipment using motion and augmented reality.

AutoCrab, Hong Kong.
AutoCrab is an AI sensor to monitor and regulate water quality in hairy crab aquafarms.

Clean Up Crew, Australia.
Clean Up Crew is an all-in-one AI device that collects and sorts waste materials into appropriate categories for proper recycling.

Earthatarian, United Kingdom.
Earthatarian is an AI-powered application to reduce food waste by predicting the ‘actual expiry’ of stocked food items and monitoring food consumption.

HACKRR, Philippines.
WTFact is a fact-checking browser extension that utilizes AI to detect fake news and make internet users aware of online mis- and dis-information.

NeuSparks, China.
NeuSparks uses Azure AI and Machine Learning to transcribe folk music recordings into digital format (MIDI) that can be easily transmitted and assist in sheet music creation and re-composition.

Sea Waste Scavengers, Indonesia.
This AI concept is a ship fully powered by electricity from hydro and solar energy that tracks, locates, and captures plastic garbage and delivers it to a recycling plant. 

SkyLine Humanitarian, Vietnam.
This AI-integrated mobile application connects hospitals and blood donors by blood type while encouraging potential new blood donors by spreading awareness.

Team Sensory Metaverse, India.
Sensory Metaverse is a VR concept with a headset and a body suit that helps users not only see but feel virtual reality.

VORA, United States.
VORA is a visual object recognition aid for the visually impaired.

Interested in starting a journey of learning AI? Check out these helpful resources: Microsoft Learn for StudentsMakeCodeMinecraft Hour of Code AI tutorial, and Hacking STEM. For students older than 16 who want to take their learning even further, register for the Imagine Cup Collegiate Challenge and apply to be a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

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