A Pakistani family, the Mayets, won the Technological innovation Prize on Saturday for inventing Cavity Crusher, a machine that utilizes artificial cleverness to monitor a child’s brushing behavior. They engaged in the junior sector of the AI Family Challenge in the 1st ever AI World Championship in Santa Clara, USA. The championship chosen families that are utilizing artificial cleverness to solve issues in their groups.
The successful family’s coach, Sana Mehmood, was also recognized for her efforts in coaching them. Over 140 coaches from all across the globe joined with their groups. However, only 6 were chosen as finalists from Pakistan, Bolivia, Palestine, Spain, the US, and Uzbekistan.
Cavity Crusher’s algorithm utilizes the time of brushing to determine a child’s oral fitness habits. Parents will be notified if the infant has spent inadequate time on brushing. Before the prototype, the family built a model which recognized pictures of tooth brushing. But they decided that number of information could get more accurate results. Further prizes such as Social Impact Award and Motivation Award were also given. Season two of the championship starts in August 2019 and submissions are due February 2020.