About 2022 Intel® DevCup

Last mile onto AI applications – talents in Edge AI are needed!

As AI technology reshapes our world, the changes are brought by AI developers. AI developers hold the key to complete the last mile of Edge AI deployment. As the saying goes, “One must sharpen the tools in order to do a good job,” which applies perfectly to engineers who rely on user-friendly tools for the deployment of Edge AI inference and maintenance. For that purpose, we have the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit.

OpenVINO is a cross-platform toolkit for AI inference development that supports data sensing, vision technology, automation, and an array of innovative applications of Edge Computing. To drive AI innovation, the first Intel® DevCup x OpenVINO™ Toolkit contest was held in 2021 with total 258 teams in the qualifiers and 80 teams advanced into the finals, which all delivered outstanding performances.

Building up momentum for Taiwan’s AI innovation, with professionals and enthusiasts from all walks!

The 2022 Intel® DevCup once again gathers resources from the industry, government, and academia, bringing together AI professionals and novices throughout Taiwan. In addition to offering a stage for competition in skills and AI domain knowledge, the contest also serves as a platform for extraordinary talents to exchange ideas and learn from each other, which, in turn, can bring more innovations into the AI market in Taiwan!

Check out the international event with awards totaling over $ 1 million NTD, topped with comprehensive learning resources. Wait no more and register now!



Participant Eligibility

  • All individuals from any nations, start-ups, companies and entities, workers, and students (high school/vocational school and above), are eligible for individual sign up or as a team with multiple members.
  • Members of each participating team shall not exceed 6, one of whom must be appointed as the Team Leader. The Team Leader should possess R.O.C. (Taiwan) nationality and be responsible for coordinating all contest-related affairs, while serving as the representative and the contact person of the team. Should there be over 2 members in a team, a Vice-leader must be appointed, in case of the absence of the Team Leader.
  • Each person may register under different teams for no more than 3 contest categories.


  • All winning awards are determined by the judges based on the level of the entries. The judges may choose to add number or not to grant any awards if the minimum requirements have not been met by the participants. The name of the awards can also be changed in accordance with the judges’ decisions.
  • The submission must be the team’s original work. In case of any disputes regarding intellectual property rights or other rights, the contestants shall be held liable for all the consequences caused thereby.
  • The teams own the copyright of their projects.
  • The organizer reserves the right of interpretation for the rules and judgement.

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