I just noticed this line in implementation Requirements for the project description section. What does that mean?
@trace I believe they are hinting at usages of AI in a manual way, so If you use some Prompt based AI you shouldn’t have to manually copy paste its output to do something but it needs to be a more automated/programming way of doing it
I see thanks for the response @monishb
Thanks for jumping in @monishb ! You’re correct, the goal here is to integrate components (AI, OIDC, SCIM) without a human manual bridge between systems. User entry for OIDC user challenge, entering users via Okta dashboard, and user input for AI are all okay! Just not being a bridge.
Gotcha @alisaduncan so basically have to be programmatically using APIs. Thank you
@alisaduncan One more question. On the rules there is this " Multiple Submissions: An Entrant may submit more than one Submission; however, each Submission must be unique and substantially different from each of the Entrant’s other Submissions, as determined by the Sponsor and Devpost in their sole discretion." So if I make two submissions, one using Okta as a provider with next-auth and one using Auth0 will that count? The use case of AI is same in both applications.
yeah, I think that counts. And you should have OIDC and SCIM in your submission. Also, you should use AI in some way in your submission as well. Below is the requirement
" Build a web or mobile app that uses an Artificial Intelligence Tool in a clever way and implements all of the below:
- OpenID Connect (OIDC) standards
- System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) standards
- Okta or Auth0 identity providers"
@trace I might be wrong here but I think that would not count as a separate entry, using Okta and next-auth on both applications will still be counted since that is the root criteria for the hackathon here, but if the use case of AI is the same in both, I don’t think that will count as a “substantially” different project, but let’s say using the same AI in another clever way or a different approach may count as another submission.
One application is using next-auth with okta and the other application is using auth0.
It sounds like the same application with a different Identity Provider only. To me, it wouldn’t count as 2 entries, but I’m not a judge. You should post this question on the DevPost hackathon forum and inquire since it’s a question about specific rules, while this forum is more set up to assist with technical aspects. I don’t know if you’ll get a response in time, though, but it’s worth a shot.
@alisaduncan Thank you