Technology is changing the world.

In 2020 girls and families around the world built nearly 2000 mobile apps and AI prototypes addressing climate change, swimmer safety, bullying, and more.

And so can you.

Learn how you can inspire others, make a difference, and change the future with Technovation.



Technovation Girls

Domestic violence, the opioid epidemic, e-waste. These are some of the real-world problems teams have addressed through Technovation Girls. You'll learn how to code and build a mobile app that solves a problem you care about - no previous tech experience needed. Submit your mobile app to our annual challenge for a chance to pitch it to a panel of judges at our championship event.

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“I now plan my future in such a way that everything I’m doing will be through technology. I want to be a medical doctor and surgeon. I believe that I can do an operation through the help of robot and am very interested in robotics and medicine.”

-Promise N, 2018 World Pitch Champion - Jr. Division, Nigeria

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Technovation Families

Discover how artificial intelligence works and use it! Have fun as you build AI that recognizes your favorite animal, teach it to correctly pick what you like, and more. Through our 10 challenges find out how humans and AI are different, what makes AI similar to a cake, what machine learning is, and more - no prior AI experience needed. As your final challenge, use AI to solve a problem you care about for a chance to attend our championship in Silicon Valley, California!

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In 2020, children and parents in Technovation Families used AI to tackle 250 real-world problems.

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"When I discovered AI, I knew that we need AI in our houses, in our life, in school."

-Student, 2019 AI World Champion Finalist, Spain

Girls all over the world are learning to code, building mobile apps, and starting businesses that address real problems they care about.

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