“We could change everything,” states Professor Sugata Mitra, who first introduced computers to children living in a Delhi slum in 1999. Over the years, Professor Mitra has observed the significant impact of access to computers, and the ability of children to teach themselves without any teachers aiding them.
“I think we have stumbled across a self-organising system with learning as an emergent behaviour,” he told the TED Global (Technology, Entertainment and Design) conference.

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