The Karel Challenge Finals were held on Saturday 29 May. This competition combines strategy, speed and correctness when programming, as each participant must guide his virtual robot along different routes where he must overcome obstacles, grab objects and find the exit before his rivals. 39 Junior finalists and 75 Senior finalists reached the final phase on Saturday, where they had to overcome new challenges and difficulties to reach at the exit.
There are new online coding courses scheduled! Our summer camps will take place in July and registration is open now. This time we have scheduled four different courses, so that everyone can find one that may like.
The word “robot” was first used 100 years ago during a science fiction theater play premiered in 1921. A century later, robotics has long ceased to be a futuristic idea and it’s already part of our present. From domestic robotics to industrial robotics, the use of robots in our daily lives makes our tasks easier both at home and at work.
Are you ready? It’s finally back! The best programming league is almost here and this new edition brings some news and changes. The Codeathlon Summer Edition 2021 will begin next Monday, May 17 and will end on September 17. From this weekend you can start registering your teams on the online platform: remember that it is necessary that at least 3 members of the clan agree to participate in the coding league and that only students who have reached level 2 will be able to access the challenges.
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, by 2025 automation will already be as present in jobs as humans. Specifically, 47% of global work will be automated, compared to the 33% that was estimated to be in 2020, so the destruction of many jobs is expected, but also the creation of many others that don’t exist yet. To face this transformation process and adapt to the new job market, it will be necessary to acquire new skills and key competencies that will make a big difference between those who acquire them and those who do not.