Entrants to the 2019 Computational Society Case Challenge will be competing with AIS and non-AIS student chapter teams and individuals across the globe, in Stage 1. Non-AIS members will be awarded based on their Stage 1 performance. The top AIS-affiliated teams and individuals from Stage 1 of the competition will move forward to compete at the 2019 AIS Student Chapter Leadership Conference in Philadelphia April 11-13. Stage 2 is exclusively for AIS student chapter teams and individuals* selected as finalist in Stage 1. AIS Stage 1 finalist will then compete for top prizes in Philadelphia. Submissions to all case studies are judged collectively and prizes are awarded to the top 3 cases regardless of the selected case scenario: (1) Retail Analytics and Automation of Choice, or (2) AI and Analytics to Unravel Individual Choice, or (3) Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computational technologies, and well-being!
Monetary Prizes, based on Stage 1 performance
First place – $250
Second place – $150
Third place – $100
Monetary Prizes, based on Stage 2 performance
First place – $2,000
Second place – $1,000
Third place – $500
Certificates: All finalists are given certificates indicating their rank.
*To compete as an AIS team or individual, you must be an officially recognized chapter or a member of an officially recognized chapter. Forming an AIS Student Chapter at your institution is easy, but can take as much 6-8 weeks to complete the process depending on your university policy and procedures so get started today. For more information on how you can start a chapter, contact Dr. Rhonda Syler, AIS Vice President for Student Chapters, at firstname.lastname@example.org.