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Itel.am continues the #TechMonth series: at the end of each month, Armenian IT specialists will conclude the month, speaking about Armenian and international tech achievements, as well as gains of their own company.
We sum up technological September with Co-Founding President of Dasaran Educational Program Suren Aloyan.
#TechSeptember in Dasaran
Although September has been a saturated and exciting month for us, I will point out two most important achievements of ours. Owing to the work of an old member of our team, Dasaran stepped onto the global platform, first as an educational model for export, and second as one of the best innovative projects in the world.
Let’s talk about the first point. There is a rising interest for Dasaran from developing countries. They want to import Dasaran software (for school management) into their countries, thus modernizing their education systems and completing them with innovative technologies. We had a shining example of this lately, when Mr. Ousmane Sow, Secretary General of Senegal’s Ministry of National Education visited our Educational Center. I believe that very soon Dasaran will become an integral part of the education systems in other countries, and will be used by many pupils in different countries.
In this regard I recall Nobel Prize Laureate Cato T. Laurencin, whose speech I had the opportunity to listen at the closing ceremony Intel ISEF contest this May. As he said, we won’t need drivers in 40 years, because they will be replaced by machines working on artificial intelligence.
Narine Daneghyan talked to Suren Aloyan