A three-day event bringing teams together to unleash the power of AI and make an impact on the future of education.

Our hackathon aims to enable teams to create tools and technologies that address education’s most pressing needs like content personalization, improving engagement and retention, facilitating access in underserved areas and others.

With access to mentors and a community of like-minded innovators, we will provide you with the support you need to create something extraordinary.



  • Functionality: Your product should be functional and accessible for the judges to evaluate. It can be a web app, mobile app, desktop software, hardware prototype, or any other type of technical product relevant to intersection of Education and AI.
  • Access: Provide all necessary links, credentials, and instructions to access and test your product. If it's a mobile app, provide APK files or access to a test flight version. For web apps, ensure your server can handle multiple requests.
  • Code Repository: Submit a link to a public repository (e.g., GitHub, GitLab) containing your source code. The code should be well-documented with a README file explaining the setup, dependencies, and any other relevant information.
  • Technical Documentation: Include a brief technical documentation or overview that explains the architecture, technologies used, and any third-party integrations or APIs.

Pitch Deck:

Your pitch deck should be no longer than 10 slides and should cover the following:

  • Introduction: Briefly introduce your team and the problem you're addressing.
  • Problem Statement: Clearly define the problem you've identified and its significance.
  • Solution: Describe your product's solution to the problem.
  • Technical Overview: Highlight the technical aspects, features, and functionalities of your product.
  • Unique Selling Proposition (USP): Explain what makes your solution stand out from potential competitors or existing solutions.
  • Business Model: If applicable, describe how your product could be monetized or scaled.
  • Challenges & Learnings: Share any significant challenges you faced during development and what you learned from them.
  • Future Roadmap: Outline the next steps or future enhancements for your product.
  • Conclusion: Summarize your pitch and make a compelling closing statement.

Submission Format: Submit your pitch deck in PDF format. Ensure that the file size is reasonable (preferably under 10MB) for easy viewing and downloading.

Hackathon Sponsors


$17,500 in prizes

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Samantha Bradley

Samantha Bradley
Managing Director, ASU RealmSpark

Philippos Savvides

Philippos Savvides
Director, Venture Acceleration

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How new or original is the idea?
  • Complexity
    How impressive is the project? How technically complex or difficult is the project?
  • Design
    How well designed is the project? Does the project demonstrate artistic talent?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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