Samsung Canada celebrates Solve for Tomorrow contest winners

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Team Triage Kiosk was awarded grand prize, and joined Solve for Tomorrow judges and experts for an insightful discussion on the future of STEM in Canada


From left to right: Jihoon Lee, President & CEO, Samsung Canada, Ann Baek & Kevin Lau, Team Triage Kiosk, and Alex Thomas, Sr. Manager, Corporate Citizenship, Samsung Canada, celebrate 2022-2023 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow grand prize winners at an event in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.


Samsung Canada celebrated Team Triage Kiosk, the grand prize winners of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest.


The Solve for Tomorrow contest is an annual competition that invites youth ages 16 to 25 to solve real world problems using STEM and Samsung technology. As Grand Prize winners, Triage Kiosk took home $20,000 and a Samsung technology package to further bring their idea to life.


At the event, Samsung celebrated over 115 entrants to the Solve for Tomorrow Contest with an overview of the program, judging process, and a tribute to the finalists. A group of the Solve for Tomorrow judges shared their remarks and congratulations for the participants and winners.


Team Triage Kiosk, consisting of Kevin Lau and Ann Baek from Ontario, participated in a panel discussion alongside Solve for Tomorrow judge and Canada Learning Code CEO Rekha Rao-Mayya, and Samsung Toronto AI Research Lead Sven Dickinson, on the future of STEM innovation. The discussion ranged from advice on leveraging AI in the future, how brands and corporations can support STEM learning, to what the future holds for Triage Kiosk’s winning idea.


“It was an honour to celebrate the winners of our Solve for Tomorrow challenge. Triage Kiosk displayed tremendous innovation and a true passion for improving their communities with their winning submission,” said Jihoon Lee, President and CEO, Samsung Canada. “We look forward to seeing what the future holds for Team Triage Kiosk. Samsung will continue its commitment to bettering our communities as we work towards next year’s contest.”


Read more about Triage Kiosk’s winning submission, along with the finalist’s ideas, here. For more details on Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest, please click here.

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