Combinatorial Optimization Challenge: Delivery Route Planning Optimization - Shared screen with speaker view
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would you please send relevant links for registration,... again? I cannot see them, anymore! Thank you
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are there any intellectual property policies in this competition?
IPR rests with the submitter of a solution
The guidelines will say (part 1): Submissions must be original unpublished works that are not currently under review by another contest or journal and must be solely owned by the participant. In addition, Submissions must not: (a). violate the intellectual property rights of third parties; (b). be illegal under applicable national laws and international law; and (c). depict or incite hatred, defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten a specific person or social group, incite violence or conflict or otherwise violate the legal rights of third parties (including those of privacy and publicity).
part 2 (cont'd): Participants will retain the intellectual property rights on the contents of their submissions. However, each participant grants ITU a limited, non-exclusive, global royalty-free right and license to use, reproduce, communicate, demonstrate, make available for public display, and distribute the contents of his/her submission for ITU’s and the Challenge’s, informational and educational or awareness purposes, via digital or other means, including ITU’s website. The participant hereby represents that he/she has the legal right to grant such license to ITU.By entering the Challenge, each participant agrees to release and hold harmless ITU from and against any and all claims, expenses, and liability, including but not limited to negligence and damages of any kind to persons and property, infringement of trademark, copyright or other intellectual property rights arising out of or relating to their participation in the Challenge and the contents of their submissions.
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