$500K Pandemic Response Challenge-Invitation to Register!

XPRIZE and Cognizant have launched the Pandemic Response Challenge, a new $500K, four-month competition. This challenge will focus on the development of AI and data-driven systems to predict COVID-19 infection rates and prescribe intervention plans that regional governments, communities, and organizations can implement to minimize harm when reopening their cities and restarting their economies.

Women should be represented on the teams. Registration closes on December 8, 2020 and only the first 200 fully-registered teams will move onto Phase 1 of the Challenge. Please consider registering today by visiting xprize.org/pandemicresponse!

If you have any questions, please email pandemicresponse@xprize.org.

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