Terms & Conditions

1. Introduction

Overview and Objective

The AI Agents Global Challenge (“AAGC Challenge”) is a global competition, sponsored and administered by MM01 AI Limited (“MM01”), that invites Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) developers worldwide to compete on developing AI agents in various fields. This AAGC Challenge aims to inspire innovation in the AI agents field and accelerate responsible use of AI agents.

Geographical Scope

The AAGC transcends borders, welcoming diverse perspectives from every corner of the Earth. The AAGC Challenge aims to ignite a global brainstorm, melting down ideas to forge groundbreaking AI agents solutions.

Domain Scope

Applicants competing in AAGC can develop their ideas to target any domain. Below are some examples (but noting the AAGC Challenge is not limited to them):

  • Healthcare
  • Finance
  • Education
  • Productivity
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Entertainment and Media
  • Retail and E-Commerce
  • Law
  • Environment
  • Cybersecurity
  • Industry

AAGC Challenge Goal

An AI Agent is a designed system capable of autonomous action, making decisions and executing the given tasks to fulfill the predefined goals within its environment. Nowadays, AI agents can be found across many applications, from virtual assistants to robots. However, many AI agent models require humans to ensure proper functioning, especially in complex real-world tasks. This makes AI agent models less reliable than desired.

The goal of this AAGC Challenge is to boost the ongoing development and overcome the issue stated above by making AI agents more capable of handling complex real-world tasks. This AAGC Challenge aims to improve and push each participant to enhance their AI agent’s abilities.

2. General Rules

Binding Agreement

Please read these terms and conditions and all additional information on the AAGC website carefully before registering or submitting an entry to the AAGC Challenge. By submitting an entry, you accept these terms and conditions and agree to comply with them. If you are registering or submitting an entry on behalf of an organisation or a team, you undertake to MM01 that you have the authority to bind them and that you will be responsible for ensuring that they comply with the rules.

These terms and conditions create a legally binding agreement between the participant and MM01, the AAGC Challenge organizer and sponsor.


To be eligible to enter the AAGC Challenge, the participant must be:

If a participant is entering on behalf of a company, school or organization, or representing an employer, these rules apply to both the participant individually and the entity the participant represents. If a participant enters the AAGC Challenge as an employee, contractor, or agent of another party, the participant is confirming that he/she has permission to participate in the AAGC Challenge on that basis.

MM01 has the right to check eligibility and settle disputes at any time and its decision shall be final and binding. Providing false information regarding the identity, residence, contact information, or other required information may lead to immediate disqualification. Participants and their partners may be subject to due diligence checks and agree to cooperate with any such checks. Participants must have a bank account in place prior to receiving any award.

Any employees, interns, contractors, officers, and directors of MM01 or its Affiliates can enter and take part in the AAGC Challenge but they are not eligible to win any prizes. Affiliates include MM01, any parent company, subsidiaries, and companies under the same common control as MM01.

Sponsor and Challenge Website

For more information regarding the organizers, judges, and the AAGC Challenge, please see the AAGC Challenge website.


Participants can join as individuals or form teams representing academic institutions, businesses, or groups of individuals. Each team can submit a maximum of one entry, and each participant can only join only one team in the AAGC Challenge.

Team Limits

In the AAGC Challenge, there is no maximum number of members for each participating team.

Team Mergers

Team mergers are allowed. However, make sure that a team is limited to one submission. Therefore, if a team merges with another team or individual, the team must choose the preferred submission. Merged teams with more than one submission by the deadline will be disqualified. Teams must nominate an individual or organisation as the lead entrant. The lead entrant may be needed to enter into contracts with MM01.


The AAGC Challenge timeline is subject to change depending on the progress of the challenge. Any updates to the timeline will be published on the AAGC Challenge website and will be communicated by email (make sure to subscribe to the AAGC newsletter). It is the participant's responsibility to stay informed of any timeline changes and determine the corresponding time zone of the timelines based on the participant’s location. Late applications will not be accepted and MM01 are not responsible for applications which are lost, damaged or late due to third party failures.

Submission DeadlineSeptember 1, 2024The last day for applications submission.
Applications ReviewSeptember 2 - October 15, 2024AAGC judges review the applications to choose top 50 finalists.
Top 50 Finalists AnnouncementOctober 16, 2024Top 50 finalists are announced.
Refinement PhaseOctober 17 - November 17, 2024The top 50 finalists refine their applications.
Second Round Applications ReviewNovember 18 - December 15, 2024AAGC judges review the applications to choose the top 20 winners.
Top 20 Winners Announcement and Award CeremonyDecember 16, 2024AAGC judges review the applications to choose the top 20 winners.

Challenge Entry and Communications

There is NO FEE to enter or win the AAGC Challenge. To enter the AAGC Challenge, the participant needs to apply on the AAGC website and follow instructions for submitting the entry. Participants need to ensure that the submission meets the specified format and requirements based on the website and submit it before the deadline.

MM01 will use the contact details provided to contact participants in relation to the AAGC Challenge. All updates and communications to participants will be provided in English. Failure to respond to any communication within 3 days may result in, at our discretion, entries being disqualified.

Code of Conduct


Participants are restricted from plagiarism, fraud, and any form of dishonesty. Participants are confirming that by entering the AAGC Challenge , all submitted work is original and properly referenced/credited, and are authentically representing their skills and outcomes.

Falsification of results, misrepresentation of capabilities, and any deceptive practices are strictly prohibited and will lead to disqualification.


While collaboration within teams is encouraged, participants must ensure that it remains fair and within ethical boundaries. Unfair collaboration is prohibited and examples include:

  • Sharing code during the challenge
  • Submitting identical or highly similar programs
  • Any collusion that undermines the integrity of the challenge in any shape or form


Participants must abide by any confidentiality terms agreed with third parties if they use confidential data or tools during the AAGC Challenge and confirm that, if they win a prize, any results of work generated as a result of the AAGC Challenge can be published and revealed by MM01 as part of the AAGC Challenge.


Professional behavior is expected of all participants throughout the AAGC Challenge. This extends to respectful communication, adherence to the AAGC Challenge rules, and a positive environment. The same standards apply to any forums, discussions, or community platforms related to the AAGC Challenge.

Participants shall not attempt to undermine the AAGC Challenge, cheat, or behave in any way which is in MM01’s reasonable opinion unfair, disruptive, inappropriate or potentially dangerous, or which damages or may damage the reputation of the AAGC Challenge, MM01 or any third party.

Harassment, discrimination, or disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated. Participants must diligently follow these terms and conditions, including the AAGC Challenge timeline, submission format, and any additional specified rules. Misconduct will lead to disqualification.


The AAGC Challenge will be evaluated by a panel of distinguished judges who are AI experts and tech entrepreneurs. The panel brings an extensive experience and knowledge to ensure a fair and thorough evaluation process. The judging process aims to uphold the highest standards of fairness, integrity, and expertise in assessing submissions.

All decisions made by the judging panel are final and binding. The criteria for evaluation can be found in section 2.9. Participants must adhere to these terms and conditions.. Decisions will be communicated to participants following the judging process.

Evaluation Criteria

This section outlines the key criteria for assessing participants' submissions. The criteria provide a comprehensive evaluation framework to ensure a thorough and fair assessment of the AI agent solutions presented.


This criterion evaluates the precision of the AI agent solutions. It assesses how accurately the models achieve their objectives, emphasizing the importance of reliable and precise outcomes.


Complexity measures the sophistication and intricacy of the developed AI models. It considers the depth of algorithms, the solution architecture's intricacy, and the models' overall complexity.


Creativity assesses the originality and innovative aspects of the AI agents’ solutions. It evaluates how creatively participants have approached and addressed the various challenges, encouraging inventive problem-solving.


Efficiency gauges the computational effectiveness of the AI agents’ models. It considers the optimization of resources, speed of execution, and overall efficiency in achieving the desired outcomes.


The AI agent model must have the capability to adapt to various real-world scenarios. This will evaluate the agent's performance, how it can provide solutions across different conditions and their ability to handle unexpected events.


The AI agent model must have the capability to be easily replicated, allowing judges to reproduce the same outcomes from the provided documentation and code.

Determining Winners

Each entry will be evaluated and ranked using the stated criteria in section 2.9 above.

The finalists and winners will be notified by email.

MM01 reserves the right to make no awards (or a reduced number of awards) if entries fail to meet required standards in MM01’s good faith opinion. No compensation will be paid to participants if the Prize is changed, suspended or terminated by MM01 in accordance with these terms and conditions.

Prize Eligibility

To qualify for prizes, teams must complete the application process. The prize distribution procedure involves recipients providing information that may allow their identification, individually or as an organization. Each registered team must supply the necessary information to disburse prizes. The organizers will email the primary contact of the winning teams. AAGC is not accountable for disbursing prizes to team members other than the primary contact/organization.

Participants are also responsible for any taxes or legal issues related to the receipt of prizes.

Prize List

Cash Awards

Cash prizes are for the top 20 best-performing teams in the AAGC. The total cash prize pool is $1 million. These rewards will be given based on the Evaluation Criteria in section 2.

The cash prize distribution for the AAGC is as follows:

Top FinalistPrize
1st place$500,000
2nd place$200,000
3rd place$100,000
4th place$30,000
5th-10th place$20,000
11th-20th place$5,000

Recipients of cash awards may be subject to taxes and participants are responsible for the payment of all taxes.

Further Recognition

There will be specific recognition also for the following:

  • Best Agent Business Model: Awarded for the most viable and innovative business model of an AI agent.
  • Most Innovative Use of AI: Recognizing the most creative and groundbreaking use of artificial intelligence in agent design.
  • Best Technical Achievement: For the team or individual that achieves a breakthrough in AI technology or methodology.
  • Best Design: Awarded to the agent with the most effective, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing design.
  • Impact Award: Given to the agent that shows the most potential or actual impact in solving real-world problems, particularly in critical areas like healthcare, education, or environmental sustainability.
  • Best Scalability: For the agent that shows the most promise in terms of scalability and adaptability to various contexts or markets.

Further Funding

Besides cash rewards, promising AI agents can receive further funding. This funding is designed to fund and support the continued development of innovative AI solutions. The funding allocation will be based on the potential impact and promise demonstrated by the participating teams. The specifics of the funding process will be communicated to the deserving teams separately.

Intellectual Property Rights and Information

Participants will retain all intellectual property rights in their entry to the AAGC Challenge.

MM01 will use the information which you provide, including personal details of you and your team members, to process your entry to the AAGC Challenge, to administer the AAGC Challenge and to let you know about other MM01 events and activities. We may share the information with our partners and anyone helping us to run the AAGC Challenge, subject to appropriate obligations of confidentiality and data protection.

Publicity and Career Opportunities

MM01 will carry out publicity and promotion for the AAGC Challenge and publish its research and evaluation in relation to it. By entering the AAGC Challenge, you agree that your organisation will participate in such publicity and you consent to the use of your/your organisation’s name, logo, a summary of your proposal, and photographs/recordings of your organisation’s participation in the AAGC Challenge in promotion and publications in any media and online. Any public statements made by a shortlisted entrant or winner in relation to the AAGC Challenge during the running of the AAGC Challenge and for the following calendar year must acknowledge the support of MM01 and must be approved by MM01 in advance.

Winners of the AAGC Challenge can expect great visibility and career opportunities. Top-performing teams will be showcased in industry publications and recognized at major AI conferences. The AAGC Challenge will also open doors for career growth, offering internships, jobs, and possible collaboration with leading AI companies.

Exclusion and Limitation of Liability

To the extent permitted by law, MM01 excludes all liability for any direct or indirect loss or liability, costs, claims, taxes, charges or expenses arising from your participation in the AAGC Challenge. MM01 accepts no liability and gives no undertakings to keep safely, maintain or return any materials or items submitted as part of your entry to the AAGC Challenge. Our total maximum aggregate liability to all entrants arising out of or in connection with the AAGC Challenge (if any) is limited to £1000.

Force Majeure

MM01 shall not be in breach of these terms and conditions, nor liable for any delay in performing, or failure to perform, any of its obligations pursuant to these terms and conditions if such delay or failure results from events, circumstances or causes beyond its reasonable control.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

All matters arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and you hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

3. AAGC Challenge Specific Rules

AAGC Challenge Format

AAGC Challenge Structure

The challenge will have following phases:

  • Selection
  • Finalists
  • Winners

Selection Phase

The selection phase starts off immediately after team submissions on July 2, 2024. During this phase, all team applications undergo evaluation.

Finalists Phase

The top 50 finalists chosen in the selection phase will have a period of time to improve/refine their applications from 17 October to 17 November 2024. After that, they must submit their updated applications to compete for a spot in the top 20 winners.

Award Ceremony

The announcement of the top 20 winners is scheduled for December 16, 2024.

Technical Rules

Participants in the challenge can select their preferred development platforms and tools, promoting a creative and diverse environment for AI agent creation. You are not required to use any specific tool mentioned below, this is just a suggestion.

Tools like Jupyter Notebooks facilitate transparency in the development process, Docker ensures reproducibility in diverse environments, and additional technologies like Apache Kafka and PySyft contribute to scalability, privacy, and security.

The entries for the AAGC Challenge may be implemented in various programming languages, including but not limited to C, C++, Java, JavaScript, and Python.

Submission Form

Personal Information

  • Full Name
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Organization/Institution (if applicable)
  • Position/Role (if applicable)
  • Country of Residence
  • LinkedIn Profile (if available)
  • GitHub Profile (Option / if available)

Project Information

  • Project Title
  • Project Overview: Briefly describe your AI agent, its objective, and the problem it aims to solve. (Max 200 words)
  • Technical Details: Provide an overview of the technical aspects, algorithms, and technologies used in your AI agent. (Max 300 words)
  • Use Cases: Describe one or more real-world use cases your AI agent addresses. (Max 200 words per use case)
  • GitHub Repository Link (Optional): Provide the link to the public GitHub repository containing the code for your AI agent. Ensure that the repository is well-organised and includes a README file with clear instructions.

Presentation Material

  • Slide Deck Link (PDF format): Share the link to your slide deck detailing the aspects of your AI agent. Address clearly all stated criteria in the Evaluation Criteria in section 2 above.