HackEd presented by Audacity Labs and Rev is a no-code, ideation hackathon in which students can generate a meaningful and innovative idea, learn from industry experts, and develop a concise pitch to present their solution. This hackathon is intended for high school students in the NC area. Over the course of the two-day event, students will be provided a framework to leverage artificial intelligence technologies--utilizing Honeycode-- in order to solve a problem within the Education sector. Students will work in teams to develop their solution and submit a proposal. The winning team will split a monetary scholarship prize.
- Participants: Any High School (grades 9-12) students; Teams; Organizations
- States: NC
- Projects have to be submitted on DevPost.
- All project submissions must include a video. Your video should explain: What is your idea? What is the problem you are solving? Who are your target users? Please include a demo of your project in your video, if applicable.
- Your video should be 90 seconds in length or less.
$1,750 in prizes
Entrance into Rev Accelerator
Top 5 Teams will be invited to join an accelerator where they can receive mentorship, continued support, and funding.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Duke Fuqua School of Business
- What is the inspiration for your idea? - What is the 1-line description of your idea? - Did you describe the meaningful trend, hair on fire problem, and target audience? - Did you make it easy and simple for the judges to understand your idea?
We will evaluate the following aspects of your presentation: - Was the video 90 seconds or less? - Did you show a product demo? If not, did you explain how a solution could work? - Did you explain how your solution solves the hair on fire problem?
The more creative the project is, the higher the judges will evaluate your Innovation score. - How creative is your idea? - Is there a similar product in the market?
- Usability and Design: how good is the user experience and design of your idea? - Business Viability: is there a well-defined path for this to become a business?