CANIS Hackathon teams will be a maximum of 4 people.

All prizes are to be shared between all team members.

Teams should be made up exclusively of students/professionals who are not organizers, volunteers, judges, sponsors, or in any other privileged position at the event.

Teams can of course gain advice and support from organizers, volunteers, sponsors, and others.

All work on a project should be done during the hackathon.

Teams can use libraries, frameworks, or open-source code in their projects.

Teams can be disqualified from the competition at the organizers’ discretion. Reasons might include but are not limited to breaking the Competition Rules, behaving in a way that violates the CANIS Hackathon code of conduct, or other unsporting behavior.



·         The data was properly processed and cleaned

·         Visualizations accurately represent the data and are easy to understand



·         Participants use an innovative approach (showcase creative design techniques)

·         The visualization implements storytelling, 

·         The presentation and visuals are well-organized and appealing



·         Visualization helps the audience better understand the issue of misinformation and raise awareness about the topic

·         Types of misinformation are clearly identified and address an important issue related to misinformation

·         The analyses introduce possible future works and promote critical thinking