Kautilya Katariya, an eight-year-old boy from India, has made history by becoming the world’s youngest coder. In 2018, Kautilya achieved the Guinness World Record for being the youngest qualified computer programmer, and now he has set his sights on building a robot doctor.
Kautilya began coding at the age of six, and he quickly developed a passion for programming. He has since created several apps and websites, and he is currently working on a project to build a robot doctor.
Kautilya’s accomplishments don’t stop there. He recently achieved grade nine in GCSE maths, the highest possible mark. He is also a talented chess player and has won several national and international tournaments.
Kautilya is an inspiration to young coders everywhere. He is proof that age is no barrier to success, and that with dedication and hard work, anything is possible.
Kautilya is already making plans for the future. He hopes to use his coding skills to help people in need, and he has set a goal of completing his robot doctor project by 01-Sept-2022.
Kautilya’s story is a reminder that age is no limit to success. With dedication and hard work, anyone can achieve their dreams.