How to make building robots a children’s game | Anna Iarotska | TEDxBasel

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Anna Iarotska is the CEO and Co-founder of Robo Wunderkind, an educational technology company from Vienna. Since 2015, Anna has been a strong advocate for the digitalization of schools, promoting the importance of 21st-century skills in education worldwide. Anna is driven by her vision of transforming the way children learn, and together with her team, she creates products that help shape the next generation of scientists and inventors. Before founding Robo Wunderkind and entering the startup world, Anna worked in consulting and international project management. Anna is graduate of London School of Economics. Originally from Ukraine, she lived and worked in Germany, Georgia, UK, the USA, and China, before settling down in Austria. Anna Iarotska is the CEO and Co-founder of Robo Wunderkind, an educational technology company from Vienna. Since 2015, Anna has been a strong advocate for the digitalization of schools, promoting the importance of 21st-century skills in education worldwide. Anna is driven by her vision of transforming the way children learn, and together with her team, she creates products that help shape the next generation of scientists and inventors. Before founding Robo Wunderkind and entering the startup world, Anna worked in consulting and international project management. Anna is graduate of London School of Economics. Originally from Ukraine, she lived and worked in Germany, UK, the USA, and China, before settling down in Austria. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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