Sheikh Hamdan announces AI competition. The global event, to be held at the Museum of the Future, will include three main categories: literature, art and coding.
08 November 2023, 12:00 AM
31 December 2023, 12:00 AM
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, has announced plans for a challenge focused on generative artificial intelligence, with the winners set to receive a total of Dh1 million ($272,290) amid the emirate's shift towards the future economy.
The Global Prompt Engineering Championship will be held in May next year at Dubai’s Museum of the Future.
The championship is the largest challenge of its kind to leverage the power of Generative AI. The challenge will be organised through a partnership between DFF and the Dubai Centre for Artificial Intelligence.
This international challenge also aims to attract talented individuals from around the world, including AI experts, content creators, researchers, startups and entrepreneurs who are involved in Generative AI and digital solutions. It will enable them to further develop their ideas and innovations, making contributions to various fields such as programming, healthcare, legislation, arts, music and content development.
The global event, to be held at the Museum of the Future, will include three main categories: literature, art and coding. The championship aims to strengthen Dubai and the UAE’s position as a destination for Generative AI talent and entrepreneurs as well as a centre for developing a new generation of innovations associated with prompt engineering.
Those who are interested in taking part in the Global Prompt Engineering Championship can apply to participate through this link: https://challenge.dub.ai/ar/
The challenge's objective is to raise the efficiency and positive impact of content creation across various domains, using Generative AI tools like ChatGPT, Midjourney, and other innovative applications. It aspires to reshape the global advanced technology landscape by promoting the development of prompt engineering skills.
The challenge will span two days. The first day will focus on selecting the top 30 prompt engineering programmers who will participate in the final phase on the second day. Programmers will then be divided into five groups, each competing in three categories: Literature, Art, and Coding. Completed projects will be evaluated by a specialised committee based on speed, quality, and accuracy. Winners in the three categories will receive a total prize of Dh1 million.