Join the Australian AI Sprint

Nathan Little
Manager, Communications & Programs
February 21, 2024

Australia's AI Sprint is a dynamic program aimed at propelling forward-thinking innovators into the forefront of AI development. This initiative offers unparalleled access to expert guidance, essential infrastructure, and vital connections to help participants craft and launch AI-powered solutions that address key societal challenges. Kicking off on April 3, 2024, the sprint leads up to an exciting Demo Day in June, showcasing the innovative solutions developed by participants.

The Prize

A generous research and development support pool worth $500,000 awaits the top three winners, courtesy of the National AI Centre with facilitation services provided by CSIRO's SME Connect. This prize is designed to catapult your AI solution from concept to reality, offering you the resources and support needed to make a significant impact.

Who Should Apply?

This sprint is for innovators eager to leverage AI in enhancing areas critical to Australians, including resilient supply chains, fair governance, affordable living, quality life and living standards, and a super-powered workforce. Whether you're an individual or part of an entity with an Australian Business Number (ABN), if you have a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and are from a company with fewer than 20 full-time staff, this opportunity is for you.

Program Benefits

Stage 1:

  • Access to AI educational content and exclusive online Google Cloud AI training.
  • Live webinars from Google Cloud and partners, offering insights into building viable AI products, growth strategies, and commercial applications.

Stage 2:

  • Further AI training and personalized support.
  • Business mentoring, support, and introductions to investor and corporate networks.
  • An opportunity to present your solution at the Demo Day.

How to Apply

Ready to take on the challenge? Sign up for the info session and apply now at Australia's AI Sprint. Your idea could be the next big thing in AI, enhancing the lives of Australians across the nation.

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