LazyBrain vol_AI


Artificial Intelligence is a collection of advanced technologies that allows machines
to sense, comprehend, act and learn.

Your team 2 Days

About the competition

LazyBrain vol_AI is an intensive team competition in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

The aim of the competition is to create an innovative and self-sustaining algorithm or sets of algorithms that have the ability to independently make decisions in real time and learn from interactions with other systems and conversations with the human to whom it is exposed.

Source code

You may use publicly released libraries and tools, available frameworks, APIs and open-source code that is free to use and without any limits or restrictions, otherwise all code must be written during the event. For instance, Google Maps Geocoding API is free to use, but only for 2,500 requests per day, calculated as the sum of client-side and server-side queries.
Your solution should run locally on a computer or be deployed to a publicly viewable environment during the presentation.


You may use any documentation you’d like, in paper form or on the Internet.
You may also use any computer that you have access to in order to run your code.
You are not allowed to benefit from the support from any external persons.

Development and execution environment

There are no restrictions on the type of development environment, platform or programming language you use throughout the competition.
You will design and write your programs to solve a problem provided by us.
You’ll be responsible for compiling and running code on your own computers.

May 19, 2018


Gather the team


Solve the problem



Your team

LazyBrain vol_AI is open to university students and industry professionals in Europe. You must be at least over 18 years of age at the date of the start of compettion.

Your team can consist of three or four members and team composition cannot be changed after the competition start. Some participants may leave your team, but a team which has only two participants is automatically disqualified.

Problem statement

At the beging of the competition we’ll publish a problem statement which will specify the problem to be solved and the rules for scoring and submitting solutions by your team

Your team will provide solutions by submiting an executable file to a Github repository which you will have access during the duration of the competition.
Solutions that don't contain an executable file will not be taken into consideration.


A Jury composed of LazyBrain members, industry professionals and company representatives is in charge of enforcing these rules.

The Jury will review the solutions of the teams.
The Jury may decide at any time to exclude some participants or teams which do not follow the rules of the competition.

>_ Code of conduct

During the competition teams will have the opportunity to design and develop a specific algorithmic solution, to socialize and exchange knowledge with colleagues and industry professionals.

We expect your team to have a positive attitude during the competition.
Your team shouldn't take any action that would prevent other teams from taking part in the competition.
Be kind to others.
Do not insult or put down other attendees.
Behave professionally.

Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of the event organizers.
Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, friendly event for all.

Important dates


April 9, Opening of Applications
May 6, Closing of Applications


May 19, Start of Competition
May 20, End of Competition


May 23, Presentations