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How the Raspberry Pi Foundation aims to fix computing

Will today's youth be equipped with the skills to build the computers of tomorrow? The people behind the Raspberry Pi microcomputer explain the higher purpose of their tiny gadget.

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The Raspberry Pi microcomputer, launched in 2012, has already become a fixture of tech culture. Built by a tiny British charity, this diminutive machine can -- with a little effort -- be converted into all manner of entertaining contraptions.

But the Pi isn't just about showing grown-up geeks a good time, it wants to mould the next generation of programmers. In this special episode of CNET's Adventures in Tech, we journey to scenic Cambridge to learn how the Foundation hopes to educate youngsters on how computers work, and why they're important. Hit play now.

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