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5. Wrap-Up: Check It Out
This is your final video of the day.
It will wrap up today's club activitiesand give you a preview of the next club session.
Next session you will create a stormy day storycomplete with an interactive setting.
Computer scientists use technology and programmingto enhance communication between people.
One specific way they do this is by building programsthat translate between people who speak different languages.
Here you could see a real computer translationof what I'm saying into Spanish.
Technologies like this allow businessesto communicate across borders,or even just allow people like youto read websites written in a different language.
While it's impressive that a programcan translate everything someone says,there's now a program that can do somethingeven more complex.
Check out this app that can translatewritten text with a camera.
The computer science concepts used to make that technologyare the same ones you're learning in this club.
You'll have the chance to build on the conceptsyou're learning now in high schooland college computer science classes.
With education and practice you can be responsiblefor creating the next great technological advancement.
Computer scientists support and learn from each other.
Once this video finishes playing,post a shout out to a fellow club member on the G+ boardand write some words of encouragementlike, thanks for all the help today, Ayanna,or, I really liked you project, Malik.
Great job coding today.
Now go forth and tell your story.
Sign in to save your project and track your progress.
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