Google brings back the Android Developer Challenge to find 10 innovative apps using Machine Learning
Google is bringing back the Android Developer Challenge. This time Google wants to promote the Machine Learning platform. Features like Smart Compose in Gmail, Live Caption in Android 10 and translation in google translate and many more.
🥳 That’s a wrap! 🎉
Thanks to you, our developer community, and everyone who made #AndroidDevSummit one of a kind.
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) October 25, 2019
Google is looking for 10 innovative Android apps that use Google-supported on-device machine learning offerings, including ML Kit, TensorFlow Lite, etc.
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Your app can either use machine learning to form the basis of the app or use machine learning to build on the functionality of an existing feature.
Your app idea can be in the concept phase or ready for users, anyhow you’ll have to show Google that you have a path to bring your idea to fruition by May 1st, 2020.
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Google wants developers to distribute these apps publicly on Google Play next year. Google will showcase these apps on their official channels in the lead up to and possibly at Google I/O 2020.
— Wilhelm Bielert, PhD (@wil_bielert) October 24, 2019
What Google is looking for and how to participate: Android Developer Challenge
How to participate in the Google Android Developer Challenge
Join the #AndroidDevChallenge topic on GitHub, and share your idea as a repository under this topic.
That’s a wrap for Day 1 at #AndroidDevSummit! 🎉
What was your favorite announcement of the day?
🚀 Jetpack Compose Developer Preview
⚙️ Android Studio 4.0 Canary release
🏆 Android Developer Challenge
🎖 Kotlin certification
📸 CameraX Beta
👍 All of the above pic.twitter.com/nbjoGtLZgd
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) October 24, 2019
To Participate in Google Android Developer Challenge