Winning submissions address drug overdose, human trafficking, and more using cutting-edge technologies like ChatGPT and IoT. The five winning entries of the inaugural App of the Season competition—AI REI, COMBEE, Avid Reader, Found, and Smart Medicine Dispensing System—developed innovative mobile apps to tackle local issues in their communities.
High school, university, and graduate students from Hokota, Japan, participated in the first-ever Hokota Wagamama Lab, which challenged participants to create apps using MIT App Inventor to address the needs of their local community.
Read about how the App Inventor sources are structured in this series of blog posts. This week we discuss the App Inventor components module.
Citizen scientists Marine Voskanyan and Jyoti Prajapati say apps, machine learning, and A.I. are the keys to open science communities. They were among a group of nineteen scientists who participated in the Joint ICTP-IAEA Workshop on Machine Learning in Citizen Science, held in Trieste, Italy last month.