Can children as young as five years old start learning programming? Vikas Gupta, the co-founder and CEO of Play-i, thinks so. And this is why he has started on a journey to create two robots called Bo and Yana. Along with the robots, there's a ... The Next Web, 4 days ago
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Tech startup by Indians raises million dollarsThe robots, Bo and Yana, have managed to raise more than a million dollars in the last four weeks, in a crowdfunding campaign by Play-i.
CHENNAI: How to teach computer programming to kids as young as five years old? Play-i, a company founded by two Indian IIT alumni, a marketing executive from Pakistan and a designer from Australia, is trying to solve the problem by introducing two ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Play-i, a startup by Indian IIT alumni raises million dollars Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Play-i, startup on programmable robots by IIT alumni raises million dollars Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Startup by Indians raises million dollars [Hardware] [Times of India] TMC Net, 2 weeks ago
The crowdfunding campaign for Play-i is in its final hours. The campaign launched seeking $250,000 to fund and prove a market for an interactive, cost-effective set of robots named Bo and Yana that would aid in teaching young children the basics ...Crowdfund Insider, 2 weeks ago Play-i Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Produce Bo & Yana, Robots That Make Learning to Program Fun Individual.com, 1 month ago Former Googler Opens Crowdfunding Campaign To Teach Kids To Code With A Cute, Blinking Bot TechCrunch, 1 month ago Play-i's Personal Robots Take Shape, as Company Launches Crowdfunding Campaign All Things D, 1 month ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- Vikas Gupta lives and works among Silicon Valley's brightest engineers, but he worries about his 2-year-old daughter's chance for a decent education to thrive in a world run by technology. The serial entrepreneur, who had better ...USA Today, 1 month ago
For Play-i co-founder and CEO Vikas Gupta, coming up with the mission for his company—to make programming fun and accessible for every child—wasn't the hard part of building the business. The computer scientist and veteran of Amazon and Google ...Xconomy, 2 weeks ago
In late 2012, Vikas Gupta left his job as head of the consumer payments division at Google and set out to discover what he would do with the rest of his life. He'd recently had a daughter, and he knew his next venture would involve helping kids.The Verge, 1 month ago
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"Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela" actress Deepika Padukone has become the latest celebrity to fall victim to wardrobe malfunction. Deepika usually manages to look ravishing off the screen as well, with her unique style statement. But this time the ...International Business Times India, 1 day ago Oops! Deepika Padukone Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction [PHOTOS] International Business Times Australia, 2 days ago
Play-i Raises $1.4M From The Crowd For Toy Robots That Make Programming Kid-Friendly, Comes To Stores Near You Next Summer
If were going to prepare future generations for an increasingly technical world (and workforce) ahead, then we need to teach them computer science and engineering. To some, that may sound like a no-brainer, but to the American educational system, ...TechCrunch, 5 days ago
It's easier to learn a language when you start young -- I can't imagine trying to learn Chinese now. Turns out the same goes for programming. Rather than learn DrScheme and how to write a line of C++ as college freshmen (CS3 at UC Berkeley, ...SmartPlanet, 1 week ago Google and Apple alums invent adorable robots that teach kids to code Wired.co.uk, 2 weeks ago
The cameras have always spotted scandalous spots, which are usually missed out by the naked eyes. While earlier we had seen several models and celebrities being scanned under the wardrobe malfunction trap, former Bigg Boss contestant Shraddha Sharma now marks ...Moviez Adda, 2 weeks ago
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