The New York Times and APRU present the Asia Pacific Case Competition 2018
Artificial Intelligence - How AI Is Edging Its Way Into Our Lives?
The Asia-Pacific Case Competition challenges students to critically evaluate the fast-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence. How we can harness the full potential of this promising technology? How do we effectively mitigate the risks?
The competition is open to university students in the Asia-Pacific region and the winner will have their work recognized and published in The New York Times International Edition.
Submissions are invited from undergraduate and postgraduate students across all disciplines. Teams may consist of individuals or groups of up to three students. To find out more about the competion click here.
- Winning entry published in The New York Times
- APRU-The New York Times Trophy
- Work to be showcased at APRU events/publications/website
- The New York Times gifts
- 4-week digital subscription to The New York Times for all participants
Submission Deadline July 31, 2018.