Huawei-NUS Innovation Challenge seeks the best business analytics ideas for S$10,000

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Launched on February 9th, the competition will be open to all students from Singapore’s universities and colleges of technology for the first time.

Students from Singapore Universities and Singapore Institute of Technology can immediately put their business analytics skills to the test in the Huawei-NUS Innovation Challenge, which will launch on February 9, 2023.

This year, participants will work together in teams of 4-6 people to build a stock trading model that allows users to “buy low, sell high” at the optimal time based on historical trading data.

The teams shortlisted in the early stages will receive coaching from the organizers to prepare for the finals. The winning team will receive a grand prize of S$10,000, while the runner-up and runner-up will each receive S$5,000 and he will receive S$3,000.

This year marks the first year that the annual challenge is open to students not only from the National University of Singapore (NUS), but from all universities and colleges of technology in Singapore.

Associate Professor James Pang, co-director of the NUS Business Analytics Center (NUS BAC), one of the main organizers, said: of the event.

NUS BAC is working with global ICT provider Huawei International, Huawei’s subsidiary in Singapore, to partner with Odac Data Technology on this challenge.

“This year marks the 10th anniversary of NUS We are happy to work with Huawei to encourage participants to develop innovative ideas using AI and cloud technologies for the financial industry. ”

As part of the previous Memorandum of Understanding between Huawei and NUS BAC, HUAWEI CLOUD provides: model arts, the company’s one-stop AI development platform for innovation challenges. It enables developers of all skill levels to rapidly build, train, and deploy models anywhere from the cloud to the edge.

Zeng Xingyun, President of HUAWEI CLOUD APAC, said: “To achieve this goal, we will continue to use partnerships such as these to nurture and nurture agile, data-driven and results-oriented local talent. We believe we can empower generations of developers with expertise to build a robust ecosystem while creating shared value for our global partners and customers.”

students interested in click here for more information. Organizers will also host a kickoff briefing session on February 9th from 6:00pm to 9:30pm at Lecture Theater 19 at the NUS School of Computing.

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