We will classify images of pollenating insects from the SPIPOLL crowdsourcing project of the Paris Museum of Natural History (MNHN). The RAMP is brought to you by Romain Julliard (MNHN) and your regular coaches. We are grateful to the Université de Champagne-Ardenne ROMEO HPC Center and NVIDIA for providing the GPU backend and engineering support for the RAMP, and to Proto204 for hosting the event.
The event will take place at Proto204, a 10 minute walk from either the Orsay-Ville or the Bur-sur-Yvette RER B stations.
Your primary goal is to have a high score in the "contributivity" column. One way to achieve it is to submit a strong model, high in the "score" column, but we appreciate especially those models which do not have top scores but are sufficiently different from the rest of the models to achieve high score in the "contributivity" column.
A general rule is that you should not resubmit until your previous model has not yet been trained (it shows up in the "New models" table.)