Updated 13 May 2019

In robotics classes, Armenian teens dream of high-tech future

In a slick classroom in Armenia's Yerevan, the capital of one of the poorest post-Soviet republics, students peer intently at the screen of their ultra-modern Apple Macs during a computer programming course made possible thanks to arguably the country's most exciting high-tech project. At Tumo, a cutting edge after-school learning centre, thousands of teens study web design, robotics, animation, music, digital media and more.