Redefining Education Hackathon
Register by February 16th to join the upcoming Hackathon at 42 London!
Partnering with Anthropic, the leaders in safe and responsible AI, London’s most disruptive educators are creating a space to redefine education and lifelong learning with Generative AI. Bringing together human expertise and AI's personalization the goal is to develop innovative educational tools. Our approach is focused on a grassroots-driven evolution in ed-tech. At the heart of this movement is our hackathon, bringing together students from 42 London, TEDI-London, the London Interdisciplinary School and City University and teaming them with expert AI builders from Anthropic’s network. This is more than an event. It's a collaboration of diverse perspectives, practical experiences, and expert guidance from top AI professionals. By joining us, you'll play a key role in transforming how education is understood and delivered. Be a part of this change and help shape the future of education.
Join 42 London in our upcoming Hackathon!
The Redefining Learning Hackathon stands as an invitation to shape the future of education.
It's an opportunity to be at the forefront of AI-driven educational innovation,
to learn, to create, and to make a lasting impact.
23RD - 25TH FEBRUARY 2024
30 Millbank, London SW1P 4DU,
Choose your challenge
There's a few ways you can compete! Read below for more information about the challenges you can choose from.
There are some great prizes for you to win! 1st, 2nd and 3rd places have the chance to win pounds AND some Credits for Claude AI and more partner prizes!
Impact and Relevance
Evaluate how the proposed solution addresses real and significant challenges in schools and universities. This includes the potential to enhance learning experiences, improve educational outcomes, and facilitate administrative tasks. The solution should clearly demonstrate its benefits to students, educators, and institutions.
Innovation and Novelty
Focus on the uniqueness and creativity of the solution. It should introduce new concepts or approaches to AI in education, rather than rehashing existing ideas. This criterion assesses whether the team has pushed the boundaries of current technology and educational practices.
Technical, Economic and Environmental Feasibility
Assess the practicality of implementing the solution in a real-world educational setting. This involves considering the technical robustness of the AI solution and its compatibility with existing infrastructure in schools and universities. Economic feasibility is also crucial; the solution should be cost-effective and offer a clear plan for scaling and sustainability. Do not forget the environmental sustainability aspects - does your hack use as few tokens as possible?
Team Performance and Learning Growth
This criterion evaluates the effort and progress of the team throughout the hackathon. It includes how well the team worked together, their problem-solving and critical thinking skills, the quality of their pitch presentation, and the extent of learning and skill development achieved during the event. This criterion encourages teams not only to focus on the end product but also on the process of innovation and teamwork as well as the final pitch in front of the jury.