Youth Data Hack

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The Youth Data Hack is an exciting opportunity for young minds to dive deep into public datasets and extract meaningful insights. The challenge encourages participants to explore datasets related to social, environmental, or economic topics and come up with innovative, data-driven solutions that can make a positive impact on the world.

Participants are expected to collaborate with like-minded peers, brainstorm creative solutions, and develop prototypes, apps, visualizations, or other forms of solutions that address the identified challenges. The final submission requires participants to create a 3-7 minute video showcasing their solution, which should include an introduction, data analysis insights, a comprehensive overview of the solution's impact, a demo, and a conclusion highlighting the collaboration challenges and learnings.

With $500 up for grabs, the competition is sure to attract a lot of attention. The judging criteria include originality, creativity, usefulness, feasibility, technical design, complexity, presentation, and clarity. The judges for the event include Antony Ross, a professor at Stanford University, and Raju Shreewastava, CEO of Big Data Trunk.

The Youth Data Hack is more than just a competition; it's a platform for young individuals to showcase their analytical skills, creativity, and dedication to leveraging data for positive change. It's a testament to the power of data and how it can be used to shape a better future.

Whether you're a data enthusiast, a budding analyst, or someone with a passion for solving real-world problems, the Youth Data Hack is the perfect platform to showcase your skills, collaborate with peers, and make a difference in the world.

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