We took on the challenge to spot nuclei and speed cures by creating solutions to automate nucleus detection. With the help of thousands of people around the globe, the conclusion of this year’s Data Science Bowl points to new beginnings in moving all medical research ahead from major threats like heart disease and diabetes to day to-day ailments like allergies or rare disorders.
Now that final submissions are in, we’ll need a few weeks to verify our winners and their submitted algorithms. Stay tuned to learn who splits $170,000 in cash and prizes, including an NVIDIA® DGX Station™, a personal AI supercomputer that delivers the computing capacity of 400 CPUs in a desktop workstation.
Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle thank each and every competitor, our sponsors NVIDIA and PerkinElmer, the Carpenter Lab at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT for providing the data for the challenge, supporters, and fans who helped champion and fuel this year’s Data Science Bowl! To keep informed and stay connected, follow #DataSciBowl on Twitter and visit DataScienceBowl.com.