DcodeAI organizes the 2022 Artificial Intelligence Festival

CBSE Board of Education Director Dr. Biswajit Saha also emphasized the integration of market-based skills such as artificial intelligence to equip the next generation of learners. so that they are ready for the future and empowered to adopt 21st century skills to make them more employable.

DcodeAI, an artificial intelligence (AI) edtech startup offering no-code tools to teach students how to use AI, recently held the biggest artificial intelligence (AI) festival of 2022 with the participation of influential leaders of the whole world. The program also brought together a wide range of AI innovations and best practices represented by students, educational organizations, thought leaders and industry experts helping to leverage AI for the future generations.

Delhi State Government Minister of Education, Atishi Marlena, shared a special address, appreciating DcodeAI’s pioneering work to create a generation of innovators and the need to mainstream AI learning at school level for the world of tomorrow.

Commenting on the initiative, special guest and keynote speaker Dr. Kiran Bedi said that this initiative is a step towards creating and promoting a sustainable model to bridge the digital learning gap on intelligence. artificial. Together with the Navjyoti India Foundation, DcodeAI is benefiting over 3000 marginalized children through the Kaushal project by preparing them with future skills on artificial intelligence. She insisted on institutionalizing this program with the CBSE board to make India a global leader on future skill sets.

CBSE Board of Education Director Dr. Biswajit Saha also emphasized the integration of market-based skills such as artificial intelligence to equip the next generation of learners. so that they are ready for the future and empowered to adopt 21st century skills to make them more employable.

The program witnessed a diverse exchange of ideas over plenary discussions with esteemed guests including Ullas Nambiar (MD, AI Research & Products Accenture) who focused on industry case studies and applications of AI, Prof. MM Pant (visionary educator) highlighted the evolution of AI and the future of technology with the confluence of AI, IoT, Blockchain and Metaverse and others.

Students from various schools presented an array of interesting AI projects. While Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka, New Delhi was awarded AI Pathshala, The Millennium School Dubai, Air Force Bal Bharti School, Birla Vidya Niketan, The Shriram Millennium School, Noida, Bal Bhavan Public School, Mayur Vihar were conferred with Most Impactful AI Idea Awards. Winners receive free ISIC cards as announced by Vaarun Sharma, Country Manager, International Student ID Cards.

Kartik Sharma, co-founder, DcodeAi

One of the highlights was child prodigy and Guinness World Record holder Kautilya Katariya, who created a record as the “youngest computer programmer” at the age of 6. There were some interesting conversations between the little master and other prominent speakers about the future tech landscape.

Kartik Sharma, co-founder of DcodeAI, welcomed the success of the program saying that our attempt is to create an inclusive ecosystem that truly democratizes learning AI for future generations. Our goal is to make AI learning easily accessible to all children around the world and to achieve this we work with all stakeholders including grassroots organisations, the private sector, government and schools, to evolve with impact.

The program has also brought together various partners like Shri Educare, Sultan Chand & Sons, Scoobies, ISIC India, SAPA India, Navjyoti Foundation, etc. Another edition will be organized soon in the coming times.

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