If you can train AI to predict the NCAA's March Madness Championship, you will have a chance to get a high bonus from Google! In a blog post published on Monday, a Google development proponent with the name of Eric Schmidt, chairman of the alphabet, wrote: This year has joined the new machine learning game, whether it is based on statistics, or all kinds of wild imagination. , you can enjoy flying.
Participants can use the organizer’s 40 million bases, which cover NCAA Division I race data (men's and women's basketball events) since 2009.
As AI breaks through, the data scientists hope that everyone will be able to use their own neural network and machine learning techniques. The deadline for submission is Thursday.