Description as a Tweet:

Evaluate to Learn


One of the biggest and foremost problems most of the content creators face is to produce high and consistent content. Not only content creators, feedback forms and surveys contain hundreds of comments which is not easy for the user to grab important information. So, the app we designed can be used to categorize the comments and lists out the percentages of each. Therefore this is very useful to get a summary of comments to your post or feedback from customers to an agency.

What it does:

The project has two main features, text summarization and data visualization for text. The first feature could be used as an "escape" from reading long articles for those who would rather short and sweet summaries presented to them. The second and main feature for our app is to be able to visualize data and analyze data from text. This provides more clarity for people like content creators who struggle to come up with new and entertaining content for their viewers.

How we built it:

We used android studio to build the front end of the app and SQL Lite for the backend. We also used Figma to build our prototype and Canva to create our logo.

Technologies we used:

  • SQL
  • Java
  • AI/Machine Learning

Challenges we ran into:

Connecting the frontend and backend code as well as code that individuals worked on. We also lost time at the beginning as we initially planned to create web extensions, but that didnt go too well since none of us had ever programmed an extension / web app with just javascript and node.js or react considering the fact that we had to implement 2 models (Text Summarization and Data Visualization Dashboard). But I think we as a team came together to do our bits and put our best foot forward at each intervals.
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Accomplishments we're proud of:

We all learned new skills through this process that we will be able to use in the future. We also worked well together as a group. We didn't know each other before this and it was the first hackathon for 2 of us in the group. We are proud to have completed the Android Files along with 1 of the features implemented .

What we've learned:

We learned many new skills throughout building our project. Some of us learned how to use Android Studio, and others learned how to connect SQL Lite and Android Studio together.

What's next:

Connecting up the different elements of our code to work together seamlessly and to try to implement the text summarization process in an application are the main next steps of our project. We will then try and implement possibly a web extension trying to do the same for us.

Built with:

Android Studio and SQL Lite.

Prizes we're going for:

  • Portable Charger, Coil Pin & $60 Credit
  • Twilio Swag Box, GameGo Console
  • PowerSquare Qi Wireless Phone Charger
  • Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Instant Film Camera, Sky Blue
  • Cash prizes: $1,000 total to first place team; $500 total to second place team; $200 to third place team
  • Hydroflasks
  • Nintendo Switches
  • Amazon Echos
  • Apple AirPods 3rd Gen
  • JBL Clip Bluetooth Speakers
  • Bose Headphones
  • $500 total to the winning team
  • Meta Portals
  • Google Cloud Swag Bag or Backpack

Team Members

Julianna Nazzaro
Renuka Abbidi
Shrushti Soni
Ruchira Sharma

Table Number

Table TBD