Google's I/O Youth conference teaches tech to kids in Mountain View

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Google selects different Bay Area schools each year to come play, learn and create. (KGO-TV)

On Wednesday morning, thousands of app developers will flood Shoreline Amphitheater for the annual Google I/O Developer Conference. Like any big show, this one has an opening act - Tuesday's stars were the young techies of tomorrow.

Google selects different Bay Area schools each year to come play, learn and create.

"We want to enable them to use coding and technology to invent new things and build a great future," Google VP of Engineering Pavni Diwanji said.

I/O Youth is the opening act for the Google I/O Developer Conference, where Google teaches adults how to build things with technology. And already, these kids are thinking about how they'll use these skills when they grow up.

Watch the video in the player above for Jonathan Bloom's full report.

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