What’s coming next in technology will shape our future. And because we can’t predict what challenges the future will bring, we need to cultivate a new generation of problem-solvers, storytellers, and creative minds to tackle our next problems at scale. It’s not just about coding and programming computers, it’s about helping students learn skills they’ll need to approach problems in a fundamentally different way across every discipline from business to engineering to the arts.
Today, we hosted our fourth annual I/O Youth, part of a longstanding effort to get more students excited about where technology can take …Read More
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