IBMannounced that it is offering free access to its portfolio of patents to help companies, scientists and other innovators develop technologies that could be used to detect, prevent and treat COVID-19.
IBM is providing citizens free tools through The Weather Channel application and website to help them track reported COVID-19 cases and gain access to news and other information related to the coronavirus pandemic using their computers and smartphones.
A research team for the Department of Energy's COVID-19 disease analysis initiative has deployedIBM's Summit high-performance computing platform to support virus behavior modeling and simulation activities.
Dan Chenok, executive director of theIBM Center for the Business of Government, has said that an “open-data“ approach to modernizing the government's information technology systems will help foster innovation.
The state of California has partnered with IBM to implement the company's apprenticeship model in efforts to boost workforce skills in the areas of application development, software engineering and mainframe system administration.
The National Academy of Public Administration has partnered with IBM's Center for the Business of Government to establish a center that will focus on promoting agile principles to help the government address management challenges and restore public trust.