ON[e]Life HACKATHON 3.0 Rules

- Hacking your Senses for Health and Well-Being -

 

Article 1 - Organization

ON[e]Life, a membership non-profit organization under the law of July 1st 1901 and the decree of August 16th 1901, whose registered office is located at 70, chemin du Passet, 13016 Marseille, Number (RNA) W133025836 , called "the Organizer", wants to innovate in its field of educational and social intervention towards the general public by proposing a "hackathon" dedicated to Biosensors, Edge computing & AI called "Hack your senses and transform one sense to another for a Better Health and well-being".

To this purpose, ON[e]Life is organizing a hackathon from Tuesday December 10th 2019 at 9:00am to Wednesday December 11th 2019 at 6:00pm which will take place in Marseille.

This Hackathon aims to create an innovative solution, prototype, app, platform, and / or technology related to health and well-being using open sourced datasets and researches.

 

Hackathon entry is free and without obligation to purchase.

 

Article 2 - Modalities of participation

Participation in the Hackathon is open to any physical person of full age. The participant may be a student, an employee, a freelancer or a jobseeker. The Hackathon is open to all nationalities. Participants must first register at https://www.onelife-git.com/registration.

Each participant will have to use their own hardware and software. Participants are solely responsible for their hardware and software. By entering the Hackathon, the entrant expressly agrees to the terms of the Contest Rules.

Restriction: ON[e]Life employees cannot compete. Persons who have been involved in the organisation of this Hackathon are not permitted to enter the Contest.

 

Article 3 - Objectives and restrictions

Given that Big Data in Health and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are the core of the Hackathon, you will need to present an innovative service or a new digital application that will use the interconnected data and capabilities of the available datasets to meet the needs of actors or patients.

In all contest documents as well as during the tournament, no participant is allowed to disclose confidential information.

Any participant belonging to a company or an association expresses himself / herself during the contest according to the restrictions required by his / her position within that company / association.

Article 4 - Guidelines of the Hackathon

The registrations on the website are open from 01/08/2019 to 15/11/2019 at 10pm. No registration will be considered after the deadline expires.

 

The Hackathon schedule is as follows:

  • November 15th, 2019: Registration closing date

  • November 5th, 2019: Team pre-selections

  • December 10th, 2019:

    • 9:00am to 12:00pm: Bootcamp & Setup

    • 12:00 -6:00pm- The selected teams are refining their project and show their results gradually to the mentors who pass from one team to another to bring their expertise - Science Fair -

  • December 11th, 2019:

    • 9:00am - 12:00pm- Mentoring for Pitches & Business plan closed by the Announcement of the finalist teams

    • 2:00pm-3:30pm- Finale: Pitches of the finalist teams

    • 3:45pm- 4:15pm- Jury Deliberation 

    • 4:45pm -5:3pm- Award Ceremony & Closing Conclusions 

 

Article 5 - Winners and Awards 

At the end of the Hackathon on December 11th, 2019, the winners will be chosen by the jury. The composition of the jury is described on "https://www.onelife-git.com/".

The jury, composed of experts and partners, will evaluate the projects presented by the teams for the Hackathon according to different selection criteria:

 

  • Quality of presentations

  • Innovation and relevance of the proposed service

  • Relevance in the use of the datasets

  • Sustainable economic model

  • User Expertise

  • Quality of the team

 

The final call of the Jury shall in no case be challenged by the Participants. As a result, no claim can be made following the designation of the winners. The prizes will be given to the participants making up the winning team at the end of the Hackathon. Prizes will be accepted as advertised. No change for any reason whatsoever may be requested by the winners. No consideration may be demanded by the winners in any form whatsoever, in whole or in part. The winners authorise all checks concerning his / her identity and domicile (postal address, internet address and / or telephone number). Any information relating to the identity or address that would be false would result in the nullity of the participation and the cancellation of the prize awarded to the team.

 

Article 6 - The price

The total value of the prizes is five thousand euros including all taxes (€ 5,000).

 

Article 7 - Intellectual Property

The participant declares to have the full intellectual property rights on the service or the application that he / she has developed during the contest and which will be presented to the jury. Each entrant retains the intellectual property rights in the service or application developed during the Contest.

Each service or application being developed by a team, the latter is considered as a collective work, unless expressly stated otherwise. ON[e]Life ensures that participants are recognised and cited as the authors and originators of their service or application. Participants authorise ON[e]Life to communicate on their service or application via any media, technical process, and format in question throughout the world.

 

Article 8 - Liability

ON[e]Life reminds participants of the characteristics and limitations of the Internet, and is not responsible for any consequences that may arise when connecting participants to this network via the "https://www.onelife-git.com/"when registering and when participating in the Contest. ON[e]Life cannot be held liable in the event that one or more participants cannot connect to the "https://www.onelife-git.com/" website to register due to technical faults or any problem linked notably to (1) the congestion of the network; (2) human or electrical error; (3) any malicious interference; (4) the telephone link; (5) hardware or software; (6) any software or hardware malfunctions; (7) a case of “force majeure”; (8) disturbances that may affect the smooth running of the Contest. All participants have the responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and / or software stored on their computer equipment against any attack. The connection of any person to the website "https://www.onelife-git.com/" and their participation in the Contest is under their entire responsibility. ON[e]Life cannot be held liable if the participant's registration information is not received for any reason or is illegible or impossible to process. ON[e]Life reserves the right to exclude from participation in this Contest any person disturbing the conduct of the Hackathon. ON[e]Life reserves the right to use any and all remedies, including prosecution, fraud, rigged or disturbed the operations described in this Regulation, or, would have attempted to do so. Any entrant who is considered by ON[e]Life to have disturbed the Contest in any of the aforementioned ways will be ipso jure forfeited to any prize, no claim shall be accepted as a result.

 

Article 9 - Opensourced and personal data

As part of the Contest, ON[e]Life collects and uses open sourced, personal and business data files to manage Hackathon entries and to communicate to participants all information regarding the organisation and logistical follow-up of the Contest. Personal data of participants are processed by ON[e]Life, according to the provisions of the law n ° 78 - 17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms. They will be kept only for the time of the Contest and will be destroyed at the end.

 

Article 10 - Case of force majeure, reserve of prolongation

ON[e]Life's liability shall not be incurred if, in the event of force majeure or beyond its control, the Contest is to be modified, shortened or canceled. ON[e]Life's liability reserves the right to extend the participation period and to postpone any announced date. Any entrant will be deemed to have accepted it by the simple fact of his / her participation in the Contest, from the date of entry into force of the modification. Any participant refusing the change (s) must stop participating in the Contest.

 

Article 11 - Evidence Convention

Except in the case of manifest error, ON[e]Life may rely for the purpose of proof of any act, fact or omission, of programs, data, files, records, operations and other items such as follow-up reports or other statements) of a nature or in electronic or computer formats or formats, established, received or retained directly or indirectly by ON[e]Life, including its information systems. Participants undertake not to challenge the admissibility, validity or probative value of the elements of a kind or in any of the above-mentioned computer or electronic formats or media, on the basis of any legal provision whatsoever and specifying that certain documents must be written or signed by the parties to constitute evidence.

 

Article 12 - Assignment of jurisdiction

The participants agree with no reservation that the simple fact of participating in this Hackathon obliges them to the French regulations applicable to the Hackathon.

 

Article 13 – Image Rights

By registered in the Hackathon, participants agree to the use and dissemination of their image by ON[e]Life, including promotional material for a subsequent service event, promotion of the Contest, service or application, or framework of their future development / implementation. The production and distribution of films or photographs of the event will not give rise to any retribution from the participants. This authorisation is granted for the whole world and for a period of two years.

 

ANY PARTICIPATION IN THE HACKATHON SHALL BE ACCEPTANCE OF THIS REGULATION.