We at Ambolt AI would like to congratulate Asger Schulz and Søren Winkel Holm, who cruised to a convincing win in the “Danish AI Championship” competition for students. Asger and Søren took first place with some particularly well thought out AI solutions and were presented with the “Future Talents Award” at the Digital Tech Summit on 1 December.
Hinton’s Helping Hands
The participants competed in teams, with Asger and Søren choosing to call themselves “Hinton’s Helping Hands”, a clear nod to Geoffrey Hinton, known as the father of modern AI. The two winners were among the first students on DTU Compute’s BSc in Artificial Intelligence and Data programme and are now studying for an MSc in Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence at DTU.
The Danish AI Championship took place over the course of a week from 1 – 7 November with access to support from Ambolt. For us at Ambolt, it was absolutely fantastic to follow the support chat and to witness how the students helped one another – despite it being a competition.