COVID-19: Fight the global pandemic
Technology has a vital role to play. See how three teams are working on solutions to replace physical queues into on-demand virtual lines, help small businesses re-emerge stronger, and reduce the stress on over-taxed medical systems. What will you build? You have until July 31 to submit your entry.
These initial COVID-19 solutions were selected for early deployment. Teams from around the world have come together to build solutions that help their local communities. See the teams describe their ideas and the steps they took to build their solutions.
Some developers know what they want to build for Call for Code, but for those who don’t, there are starter kits. These quick-start guides help you understand the scope of the problem and start building applications tied to easy-to-understand use cases in a matter of minutes.
Why is Call for Code focusing on COVID-19?
COVID-19, which is caused by the novel coronavirus, has revealed the limits of the systems we take for granted in a very short period of time. Whether it’s the massive increase in demand for information during a time of crisis, educating children when schools are closed, or helping communities best distribute limited resources, technology has a pivotal role to play. Through Call for Code, you can see your idea deployed by a global partner ecosystem.
Explore all IBM resources related to COVID-19
In addition to Call for Code, IBM is marshaling resources and bringing together the right communities of experts to address the COVID-19 global pandemic. Clients, governments, scientists, partners, academic institutions, health agencies and IBMers are applying data, knowledge, computing power, and insights to solve difficult problems.See the growing list of resources around the IBM response to COVID-19
“We are at a critical point in the global response to COVID-19 – we need everyone to get involved in this massive effort to keep the world safe.”
— Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General