The ‘AI-in-Space Challenge’ is a competition for undergraduate students in ASEAN countries and Taiwan to compete for sending their AI application to the experimental AI-box hosted inside our ICE Cubes Facility on ISS.
The purpose of this challenge is to stimulate innovative and meaningful student research projects in the emerging topic of AI-in-space. The participants will be given the opportunity to utilise the ICE Cubes’ “AI Box”, located on board the International Space Station, and take advantage of the world smallest AI Supercomputer for Embedded and Edge Systems and various sensors in order to collect, analyse and process data from the ISS environment using self-created algorithms.
Co-organised by Space Zab Company (Thailand), Gran Systems Co. Ltd (Taiwan), Zenith Intellutions Pte. Ltd. (Singapore) and Space Applications Services (via ICE Cubes Service), the challenge will last about eight months during which all teams will submit their proposals and get the chance to win a formal prize. This challenge also aims for raising the level of STEM education in these countries and for supporting the creation and development of indigenous human capacities that could, by taking part in the challenge, gain invaluable skills both in the field of AI and space science.
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