Microsoft and Code.org have formed an alliance with the goal of providing AI-related educational resources to elementary and high school students, courtesy of Microsoft's $7.5 million donation.
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Amazon has announced that it's going to expand its Future Engineers program in order to help fill the gap in the computer science market. It plans to target kids of all ages from low-income families.
The former head of Microsoft lends his expertise to a series of videos designed to teach kids about computers and potentially drive them to careers in the tech sector. He is one of many helping out.
Microsoft and Code.org will offer a free Minecraft "Hour of Code" program during Computer Science Education Week. The tutorial will teach participants concepts such as event handlers and repeat loops.
Microsoft employees are offering a range of workshops and tutorials over the coming weeks, to support Code.org's 'Hour of Code', which aims to deliver basic coding skills to younger people.
Joining in are Microsoft, Apple, Google and lots of other companies as well as individuals such as Bill Gates, Jessica Alba and Ashton Kutcher to help spread the word about coding to kids worldwide.