Solidus Ai Tech Hack-AI-Thon

3615 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5
3615 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5
starts on:
Jun 21, 2024, 04:00 PM UTC (UTC)
ends on:
Jul 31, 2024, 07:25 AM UTC (UTC)

Submission Guide

Solidus AITech Hack-AI-thon: Project Submission Guide

Welcome to the Solidus AITech Hack-AI-thon! Please follow the detailed submission guide below to ensure your project meets all the necessary requirements and standards.

Requirement Description & Submission Details

1. Docker Image for the Solution

Each team must submit a Docker image containing the solution. This image should be built using the provided Dockerfile and must be fully functional. Ensure your Docker image adheres to the API Standards mentioned in the attached documentation.

  • Provide a link to the Docker image hosted on a container registry (e.g., Docker Hub, Amazon ECR).
  • Ensure the image is publicly accessible or provide credentials for access.

2. Docker Compose File (if applicable)

If your solution comprises multiple Docker images, you must also provide a Docker Compose file. This file should orchestrate all the containers required for your solution to work seamlessly.

  • Include the docker-compose.yml file in your project submission.
  • Ensure the Docker Compose file is correctly configured to link all necessary services.

3. AI Model Copy

You need to provide a copy of the AI model used in your solution. The model can be shared via a downloadable link.

  • Provide a direct download link to the AI model file (e.g., hosted on Google Drive, AWS S3, or any cloud storage).
  • Ensure the link has the necessary permissions for access.

4. Source Code and Documentation

Submit the commented source code along with comprehensive documentation in PDF format. The documentation should include:

  • API User Guide: Detailed instructions on how to use the API, including endpoints, request/response formats, and example calls.
  • Solution Description: An overview of what the solution does, including its purpose and functionalities.
  • Input/Output Details: Description of the input data the API accepts and the output it returns.
  • Setup Instructions: Steps to set up and run the solution locally, including any dependencies and environment variables.
  • Provide a ZIP file containing the source code with comments.
  • Include the documentation in PDF format within the ZIP file.

5. Demo Video

Record a demo video showcasing your solution in action. The video should highlight the key features and functionalities, demonstrating how the solution meets the project requirements.

  • Provide a link to the demo video (e.g., YouTube, Vimeo, or any video hosting platform).
  • Ensure the video is publicly accessible or provide access credentials if necessary.

Submission Checklist

Before submitting, ensure you have the following:

  • Docker Image: Link to the Docker image.
  • Docker Compose File: docker-compose.yml file (if multiple Docker images are used).
  • AI Model: Download link to the AI model file.
  • Source Code and Documentation: ZIP file with commented code and documentation PDF.
  • Demo Video: Link to the demo video.
  • Demo Link: Participants who develop a test UI interface for their agents, enabling judges to evaluate the agents' performance, will earn brownie points.

Submission Process

  • Upload all files to a cloud storage service or the HackerEarth Platform.
  • Ensure all links and files are accessible and have the necessary permissions.
  • Submit your project on the HackerEarth portal and make sure you fill all required information.
starts on:
Jun 21, 2024, 04:00 PM UTC (UTC)
closes on:
Jul 31, 2024, 07:25 AM UTC (UTC)

Social Share

View All Notifications