A major component of this class is the group project you will be working on from now until the end of the semester. Not only is this project a large fraction of your final grade, it also represents an opportunity to explore a topic from class in a more in-depth manner or to try something new and exciting in the realm of AI. The class project will consist of several milestones, including a project proposal (
due on 10/12), interim project update ( due on 11/12), a live demo (to be presented in class the week of 11/26), and a final deliverable including a full report and complete code and data (due 12/12 at 11:59PM).
For this assignment, your group should finalize and submit all materials related to your project.
Prepare one GitLab repository to hold your team's code. It should include all of the source code that was developed during the course of the project, as well as a
README.md that contains complete installation instructions, including a list of dependencies.
If you have data associated with your project, upload it to its own directory in Google Drive (you should have sufficient space to store all of your data through your Notre Dame Google account).
If you have new capabilities in your software beyond what was shown in your class presentation, create a YouTube video of them.
Write a six page report that contains the following sections:
Each member of your team should submit a copy of the Team Member Evaluation Form. Download the form in Excel format, and complete it locally by listing all of your teammates and assigning a percentage of effort for each person (including yourself). Send a copy of this form in PDF format via email to Abby (email@example.com). The data in these forms will factor into the final grading to ensure an additional measure of fairness.
When submitting the assignment, send an email to Abby (firstname.lastname@example.org) with:
Note: do not submit the team member contribution forms in this email. Use the procedure described above for those.
Feedback will be returned to you before around the time final grades are due.
If you have specific questions about any of this before your assigned presentation date, please reach out to Prof. Scheirer or Abby during office hours, or via slack. The final deliverable is worth 300 points.