At 10 years old, most of us were still living the life in school, enjoying playing with our friends and probably watching way too much TV.
According to Business Insider, little Samaira has garnered an “almost cult-like following” in the technology capital of the US, all thanks to her prowess as a programmer. She first began garnering attention at just eight years old, when she built a game called CoderBunnyz. Now she’s the founder of her own company (with the same name), and regularly speaks at conferences across Silicon Valley.
Apparently CodeBunnnyz was so successful that she launched a sequel soon after, teaching kids to code for artificial intelligence, called CoderMindz. It’s a board game that teaches AI concepts, the first of its kind. Since then, she’s held dozens of workshops to teach kids using the platform, including a number of them at Google’s headquarters in Silicon Valley. She’s even received recognition from the White House itself.
In fact, the 10-year-old might already have jobs lined up for her future. According to the report, she’s been approached by a Google executive to join the company’s fold in the future, and even other bigwigs like Microsoft have their eyes on her.
Source : indiatimes