Call for Code Daily: submission deadline, resources, and innovation
Check out the weekly recap of stories covering submission deadline tips, starter kits, and problem solvers taking action
The power of Call for Code® is in the global community that we have built around this major #TechforGood initiative. Whether it is the deployments that are underway across pivotal projects, developers leveraging the starter kits in the cloud, or ecosystem partners joining the fight, everyone has a story to tell. Call for Code Daily highlights all the amazing #TechforGood stories taking place around the world. Every day, you can count on us to share these stories with you. Check out the stories from the week of July 20th:
July 31 Call for Code deadline is approaching fast…are you ready?
The deadline to submit your solution to the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge is July 31. Call for Code rewards the winning solution with $200K and application deployment support. There are thousands of solutions that are evaluated every year. With so many submissions, how can your solution stand out from the crowd? Read more.
Submit your Remote Education solution now!
For many students, summer vacation is well underway, but the classrooms have been empty for quite some time now. COVID-19 has made things difficult to say the least, especially when it comes to school and what a new normal looks like. The time to help is now. Check out the resources available to you and submit your solution. Read more.
Unity and IBM provide the tools, you deliver the ideas
Unity is the world’s leading platform for creating and operating real-time 3D (RT3D) content, and it’s not just for games. Find out how you can build AI-powered simulations with Unity and IBM Watson, and learn how to bring your Call for Code solution to life. Read more.
Safe Queue Takes Lines Online for Social Distancing
Dave Chura wasn’t even planning to enter the IBM Call for Code contest until he witnessed Lady Gaga’s call out to problem solvers. See how a single message like this inspired Dave to take action with a promising solution to COVID-19 inconveniences. Read more.
#TechforGood Building Caribbean Resiliency and Innovation
In the latest Tech for Good virtual series, as part of CGI U and IBM’s partnership on the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge University Edition, participants in the “Caribbean Resiliency & Innovation During COVID-19” webinar were able to learn about the work of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network and their partners in the Caribbean. Check out what took place! Read more.