CNBC today released a report on how a small team from Apple began to develop ideas on how to fight the pandemic. It was called Project Bubble.
In mid-March, with the release of Covid-19 in almost every country in the world, a small team from Apple began to think about how it could help. […] Within weeks, the Apple project – named “Bubble” – had dozens of employees working on it with the support of senior executives from two sponsors: Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, and Jeff Williams, chief of the company responsible for operations and de facto head of health care.
It’s a fascinating read.