ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery is the world's largest scientific and educational computing society. It is an international organization for academic and scholarly interests in computer science, claiming nearly 100,000 student and professional members as of 2019. And it is organized into over 171 local chapters and 37 Special Interest Groups (SIGs), through which it conducts most of its activities.
Hour of Code is a global initiative that aims to teach children, mainly primary school students, some aspect of programming within one Hour. For this year, we visited a center for children who live in harsh family environnement. Our goal was to show to these disadvantaged kids the powers of software and inspire them to take up coding.
The Data Overflow project is a collaboration between ACM INSAT Student
Chapter and IEEE INSAT Computer Society Chapter.
It is a program that consists of weekly training sessions held in the National Institute of Applied Science and Technology welcoming anyone interested in Data Science. Through these open doors, we hope to reach the biggest number of students and create a wide community that exchanges knowledge and experience in Data Science and related fields.
The project will be concluded with a three-day conference featuring a 48-hour entrepreneurship Bootcamp for AI oriented solutions , and a 24-hour technical AI hackathon.
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The New Generation Program aims to train the next generation of competitive problem solvers. Our goal is to qualify for the ICPC, and so far we managed to obtain many first places nationally and regionally. We aim with this program to raise champions of the same caliber.