World’s youngest computer coder ready to build a robot doctor

Kautilya Katariya and his brother Shiv have been encouraged by their parents Trupti Patidar and Ishwari Katariya

An eight-year-old boy who became the world’s youngest coder has set his sights on building a robot doctor.

Kautilya Katariya, who set a world record for being the youngest qualified computer programmer two years ago, recently achieved grade nine in GCSE maths, the highest possible grade.

Katariya, from Northampton, has already developed AI software and hopes to one day set up her own company. The 3rd pupil taught himself to code during Covid-19 lockdowns and prepared for his GCSE exams alongside Year 10 and 11 pupils.

Kautilya Katariya and his brother Shiv have been encouraged by their parents Trupti Patidar and Ishwari Katariya

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Instead of playing computer games, he has more fun building them using programming languages ​​such as Python. Katariya says he enjoys playing with brother, doing puzzles, swimming and cycling.

He has completed courses in artificial intelligence races.

Source: Aumag.net

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