IBM announces Call for Code 2020 grand prize winner

IBM today awarded the 2020 Call for Code grand prize to the creators of Agrolly, an app that helps small farmers threatened by climate change decide what to plant and when. The distributed team of developers from Brazil, India, Mongolia, and Taiwan, who met at Pace University, will receive $200,000 and support from IBM experts and partners to incubate, test, and deploy their solution. They will also get help from The Linux Foundation to open-source their app so developers across the world can improve and scale the tech. Agrolly was created to mitigate the damage done to farmers by climate change. This is particularly harmful to smaller farms in emerging countries, as they have limited access to resources that can help… This story continues at The Next Web

IBM announces Call for Code 2020 grand prize winner

IBM today awarded the 2020 Call for Code grand prize to the creators of Agrolly, an app that helps small farmers threatened by climate change decide what to plant and when. The distributed team of developers from Brazil, India, Mongolia, and Taiwan, who met at Pace University, will receive $200,000 and support from IBM experts and partners to incubate, test, and deploy their solution. They will also get help from The Linux Foundation to open-source their app so developers across the world can improve and scale the tech. Agrolly was created to mitigate the damage done to farmers by climate change. This is particularly harmful to smaller farms in emerging countries, as they have limited access to resources that can help…

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