Competition offers challenge in computational intelligence

A competition offering cash prizes challenges UWindsor students interested in computational intelligence, data mining, machine learning, and cybernetics domains to exercise and improve their problem solving, analytical, programming, and technical writing skills.

The IEEE Joint Chapter of Computational Intelligence Society and Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Windsor Section, is hosting its first IEEE CIS/SMC Challenge.

Competitors will solve a problem using a classification algorithm including, but not limited to: neural networks, probabilistic classifiers, fuzzy networks, support vector machines, decision trees. Entries must include a report describing the implementation procedure, main steps, and the attained results.

Three prizes will be awarded, valued at $300, $200, and $100. Submissions are open now, with a deadline of April 18.

Find details, as well as the challenge dataset, on the Windsor Engineering website.