Ms Zhang Yao, 33, the founder-CEO of Santa Clara-based start-up RoboTerra, says her vision is to teach kids logic and computational thinking - rather than learn to place a comma in the perfect spot. She believes it is more useful if they learn how in
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Ms Zhang Yao, 33, the founder-CEO of Santa Clara-based start-up RoboTerra, says her vision is to teach kids logic and computational thinking - rather than learn to place a comma in the perfect spot. She believes it is more useful if they learn how information is organised and designed in an interface.
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