Imagine Cup Junior 2020

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Team 7
Raffles Institution
Singapore
Laughter Catcher
St. Paul’s Convent School for Girls
Hong Kong
Team Impact Vivarta
Daffodils English School
India
Wanderguardian
Westview High School
United States
ABBY
St. Paul Catholic High School
United States
Aegis Emote
James E. Taylor High School
United States
Retromate
Queen Elizabeth’s School for Boys
United Kingdom
Lung Pal
GEMS Wellington Academy
United Arab Emirates
Memoria AI
International School of Lausanne
Switzerland

Congratulations to the Imagine Cup Junior 2020 Winners!

We are delighted to announce the top submissions from each region from our Imagine Cup Junior AI for Good Challenge 2020.

Imagine Cup Junior provides students aged 13 to 18 the opportunity to learn about technology and how it can be used to positively change the world. In 2020, the global challenge was focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI), introducing students to AI and Microsoft’s AI for Good initiatives so they can come up with ideas to solve social, cultural and environmental issues. It’s also a great opportunity to encourage students to develop and practice 21st century skills like communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.

We were overwhelmed by the fantastic projects received across the World and the judges were incredibly impressed with the submissions we received. Well done to all students who took part and congratulations to our winners representing their countries below:

Asia

  • “Team 7” from Raffles Institution in Singapore
  • “Laughter catcher” from St. Paul’s Convent School for Girls in Hong Kong
  • “Team Impact Vivarta” from Daffodils English School in India

Americas

  • “Wanderguardian” from Westview High School in California
  • “ABBY”, the Autism band for youth from St. Paul Catholic High School in Connecticut
  • “Aegis emote” from James E. Taylor High School in Texas

EMEA

  • “Retromate” from Queen Elizabeth’s School for Boys in the UK
  • “Lung pal” from GEMS Wellington Academy in Dubai
  • “Memoria AI” from the International School of Lausanne in Switzerland

You can read more about the submissions in our Imagine Cup Junior Blog

Watch this space and we look forward to announcing Imagine Cup Junior AI for Good Challenge 2021 soon!

Welcome to Imagine Cup Junior!

Welcome from Anthony Salcito, Vice President, Microsoft Education

Welcome from Karon Weber, Partner Director, Microsoft Education Workshop