Join us for the second iteration of ImplementAI, a 24-hour hackathon focused exclusively on AI!

ImplementAI will bring together students, researchers, and companies to explore creative applications using AI. Whether you plan on using AI-based platforms, virtual agents, open source technologies – or some combination of the sort – you will have access to GPUs, data sets, and guidance from our sponsors to navigate the technical ‘know-hows’ of AI, and ultimately, become better programmers – together.

Regardless of whether you’re an AI novice or veteran, everyone is welcome to join. We want you to bring life, a desire to learn about AI, and how it can be used to overcome societal problems and boost competitiveness.


I am completely new to AI and I am nervous.

Have no fear! First and foremost, all skill levels are welcome at ImplementAI. More importantly, we aim to provide a super-condensed - and fun - learning experience!

What can I build?

You can build any project that uses artificial intelligence! See last year's submissions for inspiration.

What should I bring?

Bring your student ID and your laptop - don’t forget your chargers! Toiletries are also recommended for hygiene.

Will this cost money?

Nope! This event is 100% free, food and swag included. However, we will not provide housing or transportation reimbursement.

Who can attend?

Undergraduate and graduate students at any university.

What is the schedule?

Hacking will take place between Saturday to Sunday morning, followed by a judging period along with prizes. More details will be announced closer to the event.


McGill Artificial Intelligence Society

The McGill AI Society is a student run organisation at McGill University. Situated in the heart of Montreal – a leading world hub in Artificial Intelligence – we are committed to promoting education, research, and development in our community by facilitating workshops and knowledge exchange through various platforms. Since our inception in January 2017, the McGill AI Society has become the largest AI Society in North America, and the fastest growing club on campus.

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