A developer's journey from attending a Call for Code hackathon to open sourcing drone tech as one of Code and Response’s first projects
By Pedro Cruz
Pedro Cruz, winner of the Puerto Rico hackathon in 2018, announces that his project DroneAid is now open source.
By Kevin Allen
AsTeR aims to address overwhelmed call centers with a prioritization system versus the first-call first-served situation. When call centers become saturated, lives are put at risk.
Call for Code 2019 Finalist: Sparrow Platform provides disaster info and medical help through any app, with or without internet
By Jina Kim, Elizabeth Klipp
The Sparrow Platform is an open-source, AI-enabled platform that serves as a one-stop enabler of medical and psychological well-being during and after disasters.
By Anchal Bhalla
Learn how easy it is to use artificial intelligence to implement a driver distraction app.
By Bryan Escatel, Max Katz
Learn how an IBM summer intern created a visual recognition app powered by AI
By Rahul Reddy Ravipally
To achieve truly personalized experience, one has to know individual user's choices or preferences in detail. Learn how you can do that with this recommendation engine that uses Watson Visual Recognition.
By IBM Developer Staff | Updated May 14, 2019 | Published May 10, 2019
In this video tutorial, John Walicki will be livestreaming to teach you how to incorporate Node-RED, Twitter, and artificial intelligence into your Call for Code submissions.