In this phase, your submissions will be evaluated against the private test set.
Note that during the private test stage, which will take place until April 27th, you may submit up to 2 models, download them to your computer and upload them to the “Submit/View Results” page.
Once you have done so, you will receive feedback: “finished” or “failed”. We recommend selecting models that have passed the submission mechanism in the public test phase (with the most recent Python packages updates) to ensure a higher chance of success.
We strongly encourage you to submit your models as early as possible.
Only submissions with the status “finished”, received before the deadline of April 27 at 8 a.m. UTC will be evaluated against the private test set.
If you encounter any problems while submitting your model, please don’t hesitate to contact us by email.
Shortly after April 27, we will publish the private test stage leaderboard with the potential winners and begin to conduct a thorough validation of the leaders’ winning eligibility. Once done, the validated leaders will officially become winners and the competition winners will be officially announced.
Good luck to all of you!
MAFAT Challenge Team