Participants with the best scores on the leaderboard will receive the following prizes.
Winners in this competition will be invited to contribute to the joint APTOS-ZOC AI Seminar, a sequel of the 6th Asia Pacific Tele-Ophthalmology Society Symposium, on December 4, 2021. All winners must present in the Presentation session on December 4 in order to become eligible for the cash prizes.
Sep 1, 2021Preliminary round begins
Nov 19, 2021Preliminary round ends
Nov 23, 2021Final round begins
Dec 24, 2021Final round ends
Mid-January 2022Final presentation
In this synchronous competition, you’ll build a machine learning model to predict treatment response of patients with diabetic macular edema (DME). In order to do so, the competition provides thousands of patients' Optical coherence tomography (OCT) images collected in hospital settings to help predict patients’ response to anti-VEGF treatments 6 months after the loading treatment.