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Malaysian Prime Minister learns coding with Microsoft ambassadors

As Malaysian businesses and organizations continue to digitally transform, digital skills and STEM education have become the passport to individual and national growth. As such, we have a shared responsibility to learn, unlearn and relearn new digital skills, as we work towards building a Digital Nation that is digital by default, transformational and secure by design.

In line with the tone set by the STEM4ALL campaign launched earlier this year, Microsoft Malaysia Ambassadors Chloe Soh Ke Er (10 years old) and Serena Zara Taufiq (10 years old) met with Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad for a coding session, proving that everyone can learn how to code.

YouTube Video

“As Malaysia continues its digital transformation journey, technology plays an important role. Mobility, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence (or AI), and Big Data Analytics are among the most important drivers of digital transformation. With that, STEM needs to be democratized in order to develop Future Ready Malaysian Talent.”

Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad

The video was unveiled in anticipation of the upcoming Malaysia Day alongside Y.B. Gobind Singh, Minister of Communication and Multimedia and is aimed at breaking down barriers when it comes to STEM education and digital literacy among Malaysians.

From L to R: Surina Shukri, CEO, MDEC, Datuk Suriani Ahmad, Secretary General, Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, K. Raman, Managing Director, Microsoft Malaysia, Y.B. Gobind Singh, Minister of Communications and Multimedia, Andrea Della Mattea, President, Microsoft APAC, Dr. Jasmine Begum, Director of Legal, Corporate & Government Affairs, Microsoft Malaysia and Sheikh Manzoor, Public Sector Lead, Microsoft Malaysia.

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