The first computer language I learned was ‘Basic’ on a BBC computer that didn’t even have a mouse. My final project at secondary school was to computerise a Karate Club to create online memberships and by then we used Macs.
Pink was historically a man’s color and programming was woman’s work. So when did it all go wrong? The color coding of genders should never have gotten this far and shouldn’t be dividing children from the moment they are born.
Lights, camera, action, code! Fashion and artificial intelligence are not two things you would put together unless you envision a very well dressed robot with a modern sense of style.
Queues, no one likes them. Whether you just want a sandwich or have a trolley full of groceries, your main objective is to get in, get served and get out quick.
If you’re trying to get young kids interested in coding, Botley is a robot to have a look at. Designed by Learning Resources for children as young as 5 years old, this little guy is bright, colorful and easy to use.
Cook, clean, do laundry, tidy. New day, Restart. Are moms robots or do they just feel like them? Could a robot do the job of a mom or can a robot help a mom do her job?
Imagine this. Photographs and videos of you actually with your kids. Google’s trying to solve the age-old problem of parents who are never in their family photos with Google Clips.
Superheros have been fascinating every age group for decades. Who hasn’t dreamed of having some kind of superpower at one time or another?
The Dot Creativity Kit is a fun way to mix crafts, robots and coding. Dot is part of the Wonder Workshop family, but unlike Dash and Cue, he wasn’t designed to move.
What do you get if you mix markers, circuits, wires and Lego? Creative circuit building fun! Smart Art is a Circuit Cubes kit designed to get kids interested and started in STEM.
This little Kickstarter project caught my eye with the ‘A.I’ in the header. Is it just another make your own cardboard robot or is there something unique?