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Source: Novosibirsk State University – Novosibirsk State University – The winners and prize-winners of the National Technology Olympiad (NTO) in the profiles “Computer Vision Technologies and Digital Services” and “Augmented Reality Technologies” have been announced in Nizhny Novgorod. The final of the Olympiad was held jointly by the Nizhny Novgorod campus of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, the world-class Interuniversity IT Campus NEIMARK and Irkutsk State University (ISU). 110 schoolchildren and students from all over the country took part in the final stage.

Mark Kashirsky, student Faculty of Information Technologies of NSU, and Roman Gevorgyan, student Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of NSU, won the profile “Computer Vision Technologies and Digital Services” as part of the “3bashER9” team.

— I have been interested in recognition and computer vision technologies for a long time, I am currently studying at the School of Data Analysis and have extensive experience in creating neural network solutions in the field of working with images. This is not the first time that we have participated as part of our team “3bashER9” in various hackathons and Olympiads, so we decided to participate in the NTO and were confident of our victory.

At the final stage, we were faced with the task of developing a tourist service to search for interesting routes and locations in the city based on user preferences. The task was complex and extensive, and in many ways creative. The final took place in only 4 days, and to develop such a large project we had to work very intensively. One of the main reasons for our victory was the diversification of roles in the team; such a large service requires a clear distribution of responsibilities, planning and coordinated work. I was creating a neural network part of the service – a model for searching places based on user input descriptions. “I’m incredibly happy about winning this Olympics,” said Mark Kashirsky.

According to the students, they put a lot of effort into achieving this result: they solved the qualifying stages, which lasted several weeks and worked non-stop at the finals. The selection of the winners was carried out according to a number of criteria, in each of which the judges gave the members of the “3bashER9” team high marks.

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