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3C-AI4H Bowl Announces Winning Teams

I.AIM is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Third Coast Augmented Intelligence for Health (3C-AI4H) Bowl.  The winners are:

  • 1st place ($35,000): Team AIquitas of University of Pittsburgh/Carnegie Mellon University, for their patient-centered clinical trial approach that suggests eligible trials to patients and their providers based on a calculated compatibility score.
  • 2nd place ($10,000): Team FairPlay of University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, for developing a system for training machine learning models capable of performing clinical evaluations, categorizations, predictions, and more to achieve improved performance and fairness/equity.
  • 3rd place ($5,000): Team Nudge of University of Wisconsin-Madison, for their mobile app that uses a continuous glucose monitor (e.g., Dexcom G6) and a wearable device (e.g., Apple Watch) to help people with insulin resistance, the core of conditions like diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

The Bowl features multidisciplinary teams representing higher education institutions that compete to address health disparities. The goal of the event is to bring together talent in medicine and computer science to propose and develop novel applications of augmented intelligence (AI) in health. Teams selected based on their application developed ideas over six months before presenting their results in the Finals Competition on May 5, 2023.

The Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (I.AIM) at Northwestern University hosts the Bowl, fostering community, research, and innovation using healthcare data and advanced computing methods. Abel Kho, MD, Director of I.AIM says, “The Bowl helps cultivate the next generation of data scientists as teams from across the country come together to develop novel solutions to address health disparities using data.”

Thank you to the generous sponsors who made the Bowl possible: Vizient, Highmark Health, Johnson & Johnson, American Medical Association, and Leap of Faith Technologies.

For more information about the 3C-AI4H Bowl and to view photos of the winners, visit