No such thing as a silly question! You'll submit a wit.ai app (and the App ID, demo video, text description, and the completed submission form). How you use wit.ai is up to you. I've heard many people building it into a Messenger or Whatsapp chatbot, but you can be creative.
If you want to start the submission form to see what's asked, click the green "Get started!" button in the top right of the page. You'll be able to continue editing it up until the deadline.
If you submit with enough time before the deadline, then we manually review them and will let you know if something is missing. We review in the order we receive them so as we get closer to the deadline, they start coming in too quickly. If you can submit by the end of the weekend, we should be able to review it on Monday or Tuesday. (If you already submitted, let me know and I can check today).
Hi, as a follow up on this question, if our messenger experience is in development mode but we have added the judges as testers(as part of Messaging Hackathon rules), how do we submit that project for the AI hackathon, since at the time of submission we are asked to submit link to the working project?
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I have an iOS app (actually 2 that work together). The service integrates with a Brother printer. To get this onto the App Store, or even through Apple beta review requires a review process with Brother to get MFi certification, and this can take a few weeks. The app can demo without the printer, but the only other way to get it to someone is to add them to my Apple development team. How should I proceed to get the app to the appropriate person / people for review / judging?