Register, formulate a statement, shoot a short video with your motivation and publish it before November 6 . Go viral to convince the public and collect votes.
A professional jury consisting of leaders from ICT industry will nominate three candidates with the best motivation and public support on November 20.
After a keynote of jury member Dominique Deckmyn , the three finalists will present their vision on November 27 at BluePoint Brussels (Agoria building). The finalists are awarded 1000, 250 and 250 EUR.
FITCE has been organizing the Young ICT personality contest since 2006. Below you can find our galery of honour.
This section will be updated when new questions arrive. Registered candidates will be informed of updates
A video is certainly required. The content, story, screenplay are entirely up to you, as long as you make the video in the format 4:3 and focus on a strong technology message.
Implications of technology revolutions, such as AI or robotics, on society, policy, environment, law or other relevant disciplines are encouraged.
We recommend a video between 1 and 2 minutes, although we don’t impose hard constraints.
Innovations in the domains of AI and robotics are for sure triggering a lot of questions relevant to ICT professionals today. This is broad enough to position your statement. You can relate a variety of statements to the field of robotics and AI, addressing not only technology but also the broader impact, law, policy or society.
Any individual not over 32 on December 31 2018 can apply.
Yes, you can! As long as you haven't submitted. After registering you only have to enter your personal data and a statement. You are free to upload a video later and edit your content. Once submitted you can start collecting votes using your social media contacts.
You have to share your video on social media with a link to this website YICT.be . Here the public can vote on one candidate. All candidates are visible in the tab 'Candidates'. Likes or Comments on other social media are not counted.
Check out the opinions of our contestants