Congratulations to the initial COVID-19 solutions that are now receiving deployment support. They show how technology can help small businesses find assistance after a crisis, redefine the queuing experience and guide us to the right medical advice. Developers and problem solvers, remember you have until July 31 to submit your open source solutions.
United Nations Human Rights, a Call for Code Charitable Partner, stresses the urgent need for innovation to fight two global challenges – the immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the more systemic issue of climate change. Read more
With the unprecedented effect of COVID-19, unite to help communities across the globe deal with the impact of the greatest crisis of modern times.
Use open source technology in the cloud to build solutions that can provide crisis communication, remote education, and community cooperation.
Three COVID-19 solutions have been selected to receive deployment support from IBM and its ecosystem. Answer the call for a chance to see your solution deployed.
In a recent global IBM survey of more than 3,000 developers, first responders, and social activists, 79% of respondents agree that climate change is something that can be reduced or combated with technology.
Innovate with the latest technology to address energy sustainability, water sustainability, or disaster resiliency. Winning solutions are deployed in communities that need the most help.
"The climate crisis is caused by us - and the solutions must come from us. We have the tools: technology is on our side."
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The Grand Prize winners of the inaugural 2018 Call for Code Global Challenge designed solar-powered mesh network devices that build connectivity where there is none. The team brought their devices in a field test to parts of Puerto Rico hit hardest by Hurricane Maria.Read more
The Grand Prize winners of the 2019 Call for Code Global Challenge beat out nearly 180,000 participants with their solution. The Barcelona-based team, which includes first responders, developed a Watson-based AI solution designed to monitor health and safety in firefighters, both long term and in real-time.Read more