In an effort to help learners come to grips with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and what Artificial Intelligence means for their future, more than 1200 children participated in ‘hackathons’ during the July and August Winter breaks.
Hackathons were hosted by 14 schools in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and the Western Cape, as well as virtually for children in Kenya and the Netherlands. Plans are in place to reach a further 10 schools by the end of September.
These hackathons were hosted by Mindjoy, which is helping kids come to terms with the realities of the 4IR and with being back in classrooms.
Mindjoy is an edtech start-up that’s for kids. It coaches kids aged 8 and over in…
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