Young coders aged between 6-16 years have been selected to present their tech ideas to the investors of firms like Nexus Venture Partners and Owl Ventures in Silicon Valley.
The winner of the WhiteHat Jr’s Silicon Valley Program, these children will also meet some of the reputed entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley in May.
As many as 7,000 students had sent their entries in the form of apps and other tech ideas and among those, these kids have been selected. As per a report by Livemint, these students hail from India cities including Noida, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Burdwan, Guwahati, Balangir, Shillong, and Kolkata.
Among the apps that won, one aims to promote a green corridor for ambulances by coordinating traffic control. Another help can be used by children diagnosed with dyslexia to learn letters, colours, and numbers.
There’s also an anti-bullying app for reporting anonymously, and an app for early diagnosis of eye disorders by conducting eye-vision test.