The Challenge is looking for gamification approaches that would help in preventing the spread of Coronavirus.
This is an Ideation Challenge with a guaranteed award for at least one submitted solution.
Lasting changes in human behavior are likely to be required to end the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and to live in the “post-COVID-19” world.
Gamification has been long recognized as a powerful approach to changing social behavior, including health related behavior. The objective of this Challenge is to apply gamification to changing people’s social behavior so that to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and other infections.
This is a Public Service (PS) Challenge and as such is not expected to have an award value typically representative of a Challenge demanding equal effort and published by a funded Seeker. Please engage with that expectation. None of InnoCentive PS challenges will involve the transfer of IP as part of the Challenge process, meaning the Solver retains those rights to develop the idea on their own. InnoCentive will retain the non-exclusive right to share the awarded Solver’s submission for promotional purposes.
This is an Ideation Challenge, which has the following unique features:
Submissions to this Challenge must be received by 11:59 PM (US Eastern Time) on June 12, 2020.
Late submissions will not be considered.
What is an InnoCentive Ideation™ Challenge?
An InnoCentive Ideation™ Challenge is a broad question formulated to obtain access to new ideas, similar to a global brainstorm for producing a breakthrough idea or market survey which may include ideas for a new product line, a new commercial application for a current product, or even a viral marketing idea to recruit new customers. Ideation™ Challenge submissions are typically about two written pages, and Seekers receive a non-exclusive, perpetual license to use all submissions.
In an Ideation™ Challenge, Solvers may:
Solvers should not reveal any confidential information in their submissions. Often the Ideation™ Challenge will be followed by one or more of the other three Challenge types to further develop the ideas and gain Intellectual Property protection when the concept has been well-defined.