Channelling creativity to build a worldwide benchmark for AI
If you are not yet familiar with the Abstraction and Reasoning Corpus (ARC), read more About ARC.
While aiming to solve ARC 1, which is the target of the ARCathon, Lab42 is already planning on building the next generation of ARC.
Creating the second generation of ARC
ARC 1 was released in 2019 and counts 1'000 tasks, all created by one person, François Chollet. Therefore, the tasks are not as diverse as they would need to be for the next steps after beating ARC 1. The ambitious goal of ARCreate is to generate ARC 2, a task set of 5'000 crowd-sourced, qualitative, and unique new tasks, which form a global benchmark for AI.
This is in for you: Win the award and make history
If you want to participate in the ARCreate challenge, you can submit your own tasks in the ARC Editor. Among all participants who submit tasks until October 31, we give away 1000 CHF in total. Every week we will select one winner from all submissions to win CHF 100. And at the end, another CHF 100 will be raffled among all entries.
Each submitted task counts as a raffle ticket with a chance to win. So the more tasks you submit, the higher your chances of winning - but be careful, only accepted tasks count! So make sure your tasks are of good quality and meet all the requirements. Check out the tutorial in the task editor to see the requirements in detail.
Creative and ambitious crowd-sourcing
Since no one knows how many knowledge priors humans possess, this list is not considered complete. In that sense, creating new ARC tasks is a highly creative process best performed by heterogeneous groups of sharp minds who like to create and solve problems. With the ARC Editor, no programming skills are required to create new tasks. Channel your creativity towards a worldwide benchmark for AI!