about 2 years ago
If you haven't saved your Devpost submission yet, do so now! You can edit your submission as much as you want before February 7 at 5 pm ET.
Make sure your project meets the requirements before you get too deep into the build.
- Are you building a machine learning project with Amazon SageMaker Studio Lab that improves disaster response?
- Have you provided access to your code repository by making it public and adding an Open Source license to it?
- Have you created a submission video? Does your video show your project functioning and explain why you built it and with what? (See our video-making best practices.)
- Did you add all of your team members and note their contributions on the submission?
Once you think you are done, ask a friend or even the Discord community for feedback or guidance on how to make your project better.
In case you missed this month's office hours...
EMEA office hour - Watch Past Broadcast
Hosted by Veliswa Boya with the below speakers.
- ML Expert: Ioan Catana
- Disaster response experts: Cristiano Giovando and Omran NAJJAR from the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
AMER office hour - Watch Past Broadcast
Hosted by Darko Mesaros with the below speakers.
- ML Expert: Sam Palani
- Disaster response and earth science experts from SBP and NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration!
APJC office hour - Watch Past Broadcast
Hosted by Donnie Prakoso with the below speakers.
- ML Expert: Yanwei Cui, AWS
- Disaster Response expert: Steven Goldfinch, Asian Development Bank
Best of luck!
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