Self-driving cars, the Internet of Things,
and Machine Learning algorithms. In order to compete and prosper in the 21st century, countries must be able to
access and harness the groundbreaking technologies that are transforming our
But there’s a real danger that large parts of the globe will be left behind. The very technologies that can improve our lives also threaten to exacerbate inequalities and perpetuate dangerous biases. And unless the benefits of Artificial intelligence (AI) are distributed equally, it may widen the gap between world’s richest and poorest communities. The Dreamers 's project mission is to provide a Afghan student centered environment that will inspire and challenge all of our students to become independent thinkers, problem solvers and lifelong learners and to work as a collaborative unit of parents, faculty, and staff to ensure that all children reach their highest academic and social potential. Students will learn technology-based skills in the creation, acquisition, communication, and distribution of information. The Dreamers project will create a learning environment that will permit continuous response to inevitable changes brought by technology. With the right training and support, today's Afghan children can become tomorrow’s global tech leaders—equipped and empowered to build a new and prosperous Afghanistan that can compete on the world stage With your help, we can encourage marginalized communities and underrepresented voices to pursue careers in tech in order to narrow the global wealth gap, strengthen social mobility, and mitigate racial and gender inequalities.
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