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Assessment Process

The assessment process for the Global Generative AI Award consists of two main parts, designed to ensure a fair and thorough evaluation of all applications.

Part 1: Assessors’ Evaluation

A panel of assessors, consisting of AI experts, academics, and highly skilled practitioners, will review and evaluate each application. The assessors will use the award scoring rubric to rate the submissions based on the established criteria, such as innovation, impact, scalability, collaboration, and ethical considerations.

The assessors possess the following skills and competencies:

  1. In-depth knowledge of generative AI and related technologies.
  2. Experience in evaluating AI projects and initiatives.
  3. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
  4. The ability to assess complex information and make informed judgments.
  5. A commitment to fairness, impartiality, and confidentiality in the assessment process.

Part 2: Higher Committee Review and Approval

After the assessors complete their evaluation, a Higher Committee, comprising world experts in generative AI and highly ranked decision-makers, will review the assessors’ findings. This committee is responsible for approving the winners in each award category, ensuring that the selected projects and initiatives truly exemplify excellence and innovation in generative AI.

The Higher Committee members possess the following attributes:

  1. Extensive expertise and experience in the field of generative AI.
  2. Proven leadership and decision-making abilities.
  3. A strong commitment to advancing the field of AI and fostering innovation.
  4. A deep understanding of the impact and potential of generative AI in various sectors and industries.
  5. A commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards and promoting responsible AI practices.