“Over the past 2 years, we have seen the need to prepare Indonesian children to be interested in the STEM world. Currently, education in the field of technology opens up great opportunities for the younger generation and has a high potential to break poverty and make them independent in the future. With Data Science for Kids, we hope this training can be one of the solutions to meet the quota for digital talent in Indonesia,” stated Susi Hermijanto, Chief Operating Officer of YCAB Foundation.
The launch of the Data Science for Kids aimed at Indonesian students is expected to be a catalyst for developing interests and talents in the STEM field, especially data science. This provision is also expected to produce independent and competent young talents in the future.