2023-24 iCSS-KMCC-KMCS3 CyberAnything Competition

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Together with the University of Kent’s Institute of Cyber Security for Society (iCSS) and KMCS3 (Kent & Medway Cyber Security Student Society), KMCC is co-organising a CyberAnything Competition. The competition was launched originally by iCSS and KMCS3 in late September 2023, and KMCC joined the initiative on 31 December, 2023.

This competition welcomes anything that is cyber-related in our daily lives. You can use your camera or other image-capturing device to capture a moment as a photo or a short video, or create a drawing, or prepare an infographic such as a flyer or a PowerPoint slide, or write an essay or even a poem, or make a 3-D printed object or a hand-crafted artefact, etc., which can tell a story about living, learning and connecting in the cyber or cyber-physical world in the past, at present, and/or in the future. You are also welcome to try generative AI for creating your submission, but in this case please describe which generative AI tool(s) and what prompt(s) you used to create the submission.

Submitted artefacts will be judged for a number of cash prizes up to £80 Amazon e-vouchers in the following four categories: 1) current staff of the University of Kent, 2) current students of the University of Kent, 3) alumni of the University of Kent, and 4) any UK residents who are 13 years old or above and have never been affiliated with the University of Kent. The cash prizes will be jointly sponsored by KMCC and iCSS. We also welcome other sponsors to create more cash prize, including for some sub-competitions dedicated to specific sub-groups of people. Please contact contact@kmcc-uk.org if you are interested in being a sponsor and/or organising a sub-competition.

The deadline for submission is Friday 1 March 2024 23:59pm. We plan to announce the prize winners in late March 2024. More about the competition including details of the cash prizes, a flyer of the competition and how to submit to the competition can be found at this dedicated page.

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