Nokia Bell Labs Prize accepting entries till April 25, seeks STEM ideas, innovations

Nokia Bell Labs has opened its fifth annual global prize competition, inviting innovators to submit their disruptive innovations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). 

The prize process provides contestants with direct access to Nokia Bell Labs researchers and leading luminaries to help refine and develop the full potential of their ideas, to maximize their potential to change the world. 

Innovators are required to submit their idea proposals by April 25, 2018. 

The Nokia Bell Labs Prize competition seeks disruptive innovative proposals that address the grand human challenges that drive and will underpin the fourth industrial revolution, and enable an enhanced ability to sense, control and automate everything. We see this revolution as being driven by augmented intelligence systems connecting to a trillion sensors, systems, platforms and automata / robots over a massive scale distributed network infrastructure, supporting ultra-low latency and ultra-high capacity, reliability and security. The ultimate human goal of this technological revolution is to create and/or save time spent on mundane or repetitive tasks, by creating new knowledge for intelligent control of automated systems. 

Prizes up to US $175,000 will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners, who will also be rewarded with an opportunity to collaborate with leading Nokia Bell Labs researchers and interact with the judging panel. 

Marcus Weldon, president of Nokia Bell Labs & CTO for Nokia, said: “We are at the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution that will transform human existence in previously unimaginable ways.The Bell Labs Prize seeks innovators who will power this revolution, with an interest in collaborating with a wide diversity of intellects, disciplines, backgrounds, skills, geographies, philosophies…everything – that’s the classic ‘Bell Labs way’, and the secret of our success.”

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