#HackDisability: AI for Accessibility—Feb. 23

The Howe Innovation Center and MIT CSAIL are hosting #HackDisability: AI for Accessibility – a hackathon that will bring together diverse teams of software and hardware engineers, students, product managers, MBAs, designers, and people with the lived experience of having a disability, with the shared goal of developing innovative AI solutions to enhance accessibility for people with disabilities.

#HackDisability: AI for Accessibility is powered by lead sponsor Amazon.

The event will be held at MIT CSAIL on MIT’s campus. Specific details will be shared with participants.

Three winning #HackDisability projects will:

  • Be displayed during select evening programs this summer at the Museum of Science
  • Receive $2,500 each to continue their projects
  • For MIT students only: Receive acceptance in the MIT Sandbox Spring 2024 cohort with $1,000 grant funding and access to mentors & expert advisors for your startup team through the summer of 2024

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