‘Kids WeekEnd Tech Camp’ Orientation Session Held At Software Technology Park Konodas

Chief Secretary Gilgit Baltistan in an official statement said that purpose of this 2 month long weekend camp was to develop interest of younger lot of the region in Robotics- the future of AI.

'Kids WeekEnd Tech Camp' Orientation Session Held At Software Technology Park Konodas

Orientation Session for kids WeekEnd Tech Camp was held at Software Technology Park Konodas.

The purpose of ‘Kids WeekEnd Tech Camp’ is to teach Coding, Robotics, Animation, HTML, Word, Minecraft, Roblox, Scratch and lots more. In this camp, kids will learn real world programming skills using Javascript, a kid friendly and engaging programming language. Kids will learn coding using the WebStorm Javascript IDE, or Integrated Development Environment.

In this connection Chief Secretary Gilgit Baltistan Muhiudeen Wani in an official statement said that purpose of this 2 month long weekend camp was to develop interest of younger lot of the region in Robotics- the future of AI.

While AI and robotics are closely related fields, the field of robotics is a highly interdisciplinary one. The future of artificial intelligence will be shaped by advances in deep learning and computer science. Both fields will be crucial to the future of humankind.  In the past, robots were unable to improvise, adapt, and deal with changing variables without human help. But with the advent of AI, this is changing. As the technology improves, more robots will be used to perform tasks previously performed by humans. In fact, in some industries, the growth of robotics is expected to continue in the coming years.

Chief Secretary Gilgit Baltistan said that they’ll learn from the best instructors yielding the best outcome one could expect.

He said, “We are firm believers that the right to education and learning is a right of all without any distinction between the haves and the have-nots.

” He said in this regard, we would be covering all the expenses associated with this programme for 20 bright minds from Burmus Orphanage.

Chief Secretary GB said that they’ll be part of this camp for 2 months without worrying about anything at all. He added that our resolve was not to let anything come in the way of the education of a child and we’ll take all the steps to make sure that education was a right and not a privilege.

Originally published at Urdu Point