Elon Musk's $10 million XPrize awarded to educational technology
What the Future
As they learn, the eggs hatch and grow.
And the creatures ultimately get crowned to signify completion.
The competition originally launched in 2014.
3,000 kids in 170 Tanzania villages tested the competing tech.
30 languages and 100 languages around the world would really help scale education at a level that can't be done with fleshy blood [UNKNOWN].
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