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High school programmers compete in Gates Hall
The Computer Science Department at Cornell University and Ithaca High School invited teams of high school students from across New England to compete in the fourth annual Cornell University High School Programming Contest on April 7.
This year, 24 teams competed from the Dalton School, Nichols School, Fairport, Webster Schroeder, Webster Thomas, Pittsford, Bishop Hendricken, Brighton, Half Hollow Hills, McQuaid Jesuit, Allendale Columbia, and Ithaca High School.
First prize went to an Ithaca High School team, second prize to a Bishop Hendricken team, and third prize to an Allendale Columbia team:
- Ithaca High: Vivek Myers, Jacob Silcoff, and Mrinal Thomas
- Bishop Hendricken: Fred Choi, Tony Jiang, and Paarth Tandon
- Allendale Columbia: Jingjong (Daniel) Xiang and Rui (Tony) Zhou
Right after the contest, KB gave a short talk on recognition and deep learning.
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