Botstiber Scholars Program: Edward Amoah receives a grant for his AI Project

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Botstiber Scholar Edward Amoah and his partner were one of the 20 groups to receive a $500 grant for taking part in the Penn State AI Nittany Challenge. Their Artificial Intelligence project called “nyansapo” which means wisdom in Amoah’s native language, will help literacy in developing countries.

Edward Amoah, who originates from Ghana, is a senior at Penn State studying Computer Engineering. Edward will be one of the four Class of 2020 Botstiber Scholars graduating from Penn State in Spring 2020.

“Every kid has the opportunity to follow their dreams. Education is power and so we want to make sure that every child has that power.” said Amoah.

To learn more about Edward Amoah, view his Botstiber profile.

To learn more about his AI Project at Penn State, visit CBS WTAJ’s website.