How open source is fighting COVID-19
Open source has always been about caring for others. Sometimes it's hard to equate technology with compassion, but sharing resources, knowledge, and data is what makes open source open. Here are 6 articles that highlight the work being done to fight a global pandemic, with some ways for you to get involved.
- How open source software is fighting COVID-19
Learn about four of the thousands of open source projects combating the spread of coronavirus.
- 7 open hardware projects working to solve the spread
Open hardware solutions can prevent the spread and suffering of the novel coronavirus.
- How I'm using AI to translate 'wash your hands' in 500 languages
By using both human and machine-generated translations, key health phrases can be translated into local languages spoken all over the world.
- Using Python to visualize COVID-19 projections
I'll demonstrate how to create two visualizations of the spread of a virus across the globe, provided open data and using open source libraries.
- Red Hat is here to help you help others
Open source exists for times like these. Responding to COVID-19 requires collaboration, transparency, and the free exchange of expertise.
- Contribute to open source healthcare projects
Ways to put your programming and documentation skills to use by creating open source solutions to assist the medical community.