A teenage girl developing applications for public benefit. An 11th-grade student named Angelina Tsuboi is developing applications that benefit the public with her education. He is based in Los Angeles and is fluent in 13 programming languages. Angelina has developed an app that connects teachers and students to learn, and an app for the Apple Watch that guides users through CPR, using vibrations to regulate blood pressure and breathing rate.
Along with others, he created a tool to monitor air pollution. His most meaningful invention is an app inspired by his mother. His mother was a Japanese immigrant; since I am a single mother with three children, I needed a lot of help in translating. That’s why Angelina offers childcare to mothers who don’t speak English. Ancestral Care: Developed Lilac, a multilingual application that connects with translation services.
As one of the winners of Apple’s 2022 Swift Student Challenge, Angelina also spent time with Apple CEO Tim Cook. He said he respects that Tim Cook’s ambitions align with his values.
Since the age of 7, Angelina has been trying to solve the problems she sees through computer coding and building applications. “I feel like I have a really good purpose and meaning in my life. This is a really good motivation, “he said.
Two years ago, he attended recreational pilot training. It also created an application called Pilot Fast Track to connect flight attendants to pay for pilot training. He recently made his first solo flight in a two-seat Sport Cruiser.
Angelina’s future goal is to combine technology and engineering with her creative talents. To continue to find practical solutions to life’s challenges