What Is Carmel?
Carmel is a distributed open source technical academic platform that assists ambitious and experienced software developers to develop their proficiency set and track their advancement via tokenized peer challenges.
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The Carmel community is designed in such a way that it is a learning community, thus the key stakeholder in this case is the learner. The platform provides traditional tech educators such as teachers, lecturers as well as academic institutions with the means to extend their in-classroom set of courses to a distributed prototypical.
The project is designed from scratch to be an educational community where it would be possible to implement an Educational Model with strong focus on sound principles which are collected from real-world experiences that operate in the software space.
The platform enables developers to engage in a hands on micro-learning prototype which is self-directed, peer-driven and story based. In many ways, the platform enables students to have exposure to a particular way of doing things which makes them feel real.
The introduction of robots is altering the future of work as it is known all over the world. This implies that any job that can be carried out by a robot will be taken up by robots, regardless of what people will say.
This means that millions of people are at risk of losing their jobs, as a result, they have to learn new skills which will offer them new job opportunities in the impending AI-dominated marketplace.
Therefore, it is prudent for people to have the kind of education which will assist them to secure meaningful work opportunities and commence new careers as soon as they possibly can. The new careers ought to be ones which cannot be easily replaced by robots, and which will establish enough prospects for a better future.
The Carmel Platform
The platform therefore is designed in such a way that it will establish a model that works best for people who want to teach, learn, as well as offer them full control of the bionetwork to let them decide what is appropriate for the entire community.
In many ways, the only way to lessen the dependency on a centralized authority in an educational system is to architect the whole model from scratch as a distributed community that is made up of just value contributors and learners alone.
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The biggest problem in the field of learning and development is the fact that it is not possible to measure the progress made while learning, especially when it comes to software development.
The Carmel Educational Model therefore brings to the fore vital principles which make it possible to solve the tracking problem. By making use of the peer approach, the content can be created in a scalable way, as the network increases. By and large, the value of the token is expected to fluctuate even as the demand of the Carmel Challenge increases.