IBM, Call for Code, and the Linux Foundation announce new open source projects to combat racism


IBM, Call for Code, and the Linux Foundation announce new open source projects to combat racism
The Linux Foundation last week announced it was hosting seven open source projects in partnership with IBM and David Clark Cause’s Call for Code for Racial Justice. Background: Call for Code for Racial Justice launched late last year to solicit solutions from the global coding community. The goal of the challenge is to come up with novel open source solutions backed by IBM and partner technologies such as cloud computing and artificial intelligence. There are currently seven “solution starters” which are now hosted by the Linux Foundation. According to IBM Call for Code director Ruth Davis: These applications emerged from…

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