The benefits of Collaborative AI


Omdena runs two-month AI Challenges where a selected team of up to 50 engineers works with an organization to refine their problem statementcollect the data, and build the AI solutions.


The three pillars for successful AI development

Omdena’s Challenges are powered by our in-house Collaborative AI proccesses, which have been enabling a global track-record of use cases through the following added-benefits:


Speed & Agility

Most Omdena Challenges run for only eight weeks. Due to the sheer power of 50 engineers collaborating, we are able to deliver a functional AI solution in record time. In some of our projects, organizations entered with no data and left with a functional prototype.


Diversity & Inclusion

Omdena’s community spans across 75 countries with an above average of women represented (>30 percent). While a lack of diversity results in biased solutions an Omdena challenge includes collaborators from at least 15 countries while placing a strong value on gender diversity.


Trust & Ethics

More than 80 percent of AI solutions fail in the real world. Many of them due to a lack of customer trust and real-world applicability. Omdena takes the development process out of the lab and into the real world by embeding diverse perspective sharing and trust-building.

We build solutions,  By the people, For the people.


Once an organization has submitted a use case or idea, Omdena designs the AI challenge and puts together a team of up to 50 AI experts and data scientists.

Read more about how to submit a use case here.


Different task groups collaborate to refine the problem statement, collect the data, and test various approaches simultaneously.


During the challenge, an organization can check and contribute to the challenge progress in real-time through our online environment. 


At the end of the challenge, an organization receives the best-fit AI solution(s).

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