2020 Call for Code Global Challenge on Climate change ($200,000+ USD cash prize)

Application Deadline: March 22nd 2020

Help halt and reverse the impact of climate change by creating sustainable solutions using open source technology. Get the details on the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge and start building today.

Call for Code calls on innovators to create practical, effective, and high-quality applications based on one or more IBM Cloud™ services (for example, web, mobile, data, analytics, AI, IoT, or weather) that can have an immediate and lasting impact on humanitarian issues.

Teams of developers, data scientists, designers, business analysts, subject matter experts and more are challenged to build solutions that foster water sustainability, energy sustainability, and natural disaster resiliency. Winning solutions are deployed in communities that need the most help.

Prizes

Grand prize
winner

  • – $200,000 USD cash prize
  • – Invitation to the Call for Code Global Award Announcement
  • – Open source project support from The Linux Foundation 
  • – Opportunity for mentorship and investment in the solution 
  • – Solution implementation support through Code and Response™

First and second
runner up

  • – $25,000 USD cash prize
  • – Invitation to the Call for Code Global Award Announcement
  • – Open source project support from The Linux Foundation

Third and fourth
runner up

  • – $10,000 USD cash prize
  • – Invitation to the Call for Code Global Award Announcement
  • – Open source project support from The Linux Foundation

What will you build? 

See how you can create an application that makes an immediate and lasting impact in communities around the world by using AI, IoT, and the latest open source development platforms.

Challenge Timeline

Challenge Kick-off: February 26th 2020

Submission  Open: March 22nd 2020
Submission Deadline: July 31st 2020
Winner Announcement: October 2020

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge

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