Iraqi Prime Minister al-Kadhimi meets Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian girl from Baghdede who won Codeavour International Competition for Artificial Intelligence

BAGHDEDE, Iraq — Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi met with eight-year-old Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian girl Stella Nour from Baghdede in Nineveh Plains, Iraq, who recently placed second in the Codeavour International Competition for Artificial Intelligence. Thousands of children participated in the competition.

Stella recalled to PM al-Kadhimi how she won the silver medal.

Al-Kadhimi welcomed and congratulated the girl and her family and said the state will support Stella, and other talented children, to further her educational development.

He stated it was important to cultivate and support young talents in Iraq because they will help build a better future for Iraq through their scientific achievement.