The Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize (longitudeexplorer.challenges.org), delivered by Nesta Challenges, calls on young bright minds to put their passion for science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to the test, to create and develop technological innovations to help solve some of the biggest issues of our time. Young people aged 11-16 are encouraged to apply their creativity and ingenuity in four key areas: supporting people living independently in old age, helping people lead healthier lives, tackling climate change and pollution, and helping people stay better connected.
#AmazonXLEP: Two-way #AI-enabled British Sign Language (#BSL) translator wins Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize 2021
A team from St Paul’s School for Girls in London has triumphed over hundreds of students from across the UK to be named champions of the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize 2021, winning £20,000 thanks to their two-way AI-enabled British Sign Language (BSL) translator - BSL: Educate-2-Translate.
Today, the @Amazon #LongitudeExplorerPrize, delivered by Nesta Challenges, announces the launch of its People’s Choice Award, calling on the British public to vote for its favourite tech-for-good innovation from the UK’s young inventors and innovators at longitudeexplorer.challenges.org.
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