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Machine Learning Contest
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Algotester, together with Huawei, announces the Machine Learning Contest! We invite individual participants to solve a single machine learning problem during 16 days of the competition. The top performers will be awarded cash prizes.

The contest is over. The final results are listed below.

Final Results

Final Score
1 Milan Peelman 6  556  977
2 Andrew Didenko 6  363  611
3 Volodymyr Lyubinets 6  112  809
4 Dmytro Balaban 6  104  209
5 Pavlo Semchyshyn 5  750  901
6 Aymen Waheb 5  712  999
7 Julien Faixo 5  424  609
8 Alex Ermolaev 5  313  804
9 Sinan Ulu 5  080  401
10 Laszlo Kovacs 4  906  748
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Dates and prizes

Machine Learning Contest is scheduled for May 25-June 9, with the following cash prizes:

  • Winner - $3000
  • Runner-up - $2000
  • Third place - $1000
  • Fourth place - $800
  • Fifth place - $500
  • 6th-10th place - $200

About Algotester

Algotester is a modern platform for organizing competitive programming events. We host regular algorithmic contests for both students and professionals. The website contains a large problem archive with tasks of various difficulties that can be used to learn algorithms and practice coding. Algotester supports ICPC-style contests as well as IOI and marathon-like optimization challenges.

Contest Ranking

  1. The provisional competitor standings will be available to the public on the contest standings page.
  2. Read the problem description “Scoring” section for details on your submission evaluation.
  3. A test case result “Accepted” means that your solution has a valid output for this test case and received a corresponding score value; otherwise, it failed to produce a valid solution within the given constraints.
  4. Your overall result is the maximum score of all your submissions, and your penalty is the time elapsed since the contest started until you have recently improved your score.
  5. All competitors are sorted by the overall score (from larger to smaller) and then by the penalty time (from smaller to larger).
  6. When the contest is over, the final testing will be triggered.
  7. The final results will be published within a week after the round ends.

Contest Prizes

When the final results are published, the top ten eligible competitors can claim their prizes. To receive a prize, a winner has to provide a written report describing the algorithms as well as the source code used in their solution. A notification email with detailed instructions will be sent to each of the winners.

Terms and Conditions

Machine Learning Contest Terms and Conditions are available here.