Atos, a leader in digital transformation serving a global client base, cordially invite you to participate in the 8th edition of the 1st international student competition dedicated to technological innovation known as the Atos IT Challenge.

Atos are leaders in digital services with pro forma annual revenue of circa € 12 billion and circa 100,000 employees in 73 countries, serving a global client base.

At Atos, we strive to create the firm of the future. We believe that bringing together people, business & technology is the way forward. At Atos, we embrace this journey, striving to remain the trusted partner that delivers digital empowerment to our clients.

This competition is designed to challenge not only students’ innovation qualities, but also development and business, offering a unique learning experience with 10,000 € awarded first prize along with an invitation to the awards ceremony in Paris as well as work experience and opportunities within the Atos group.

The theme for the 2019 IT Challenge is Machine Learning for sustainability.

  • Machine Learning is a field of Artificial Intelligence that uses statistical techniques to give computers the ability to “learn”.
  • We are seeking how Machine Learning can be applied to the topic Sustainability, in which the exploitation of resources, the direction of investments and the orientation of technological development are all in harmony.

This competition encourages the next generation of IT professionals to achieve their personal best just like our teams within Atos Group are doing. This competition represents a great opportunity for Atos to show just how much talent exists within the next generation as they will shape the companies of the future.

All applications need to be submitted by 30th November 2018, so I would love the opportunity to catch up with the most appropriate person in your organization to discuss this fantastic opportunity for your students. It’s an amazing chance to strive for some global exposure.

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