Brilliant brings together smart, driven young people from around the world. We are finding them early, connecting them to each other, measuring and developing their problem solving ability, and connecting them to opportunities.
On a typical day on Brilliant, you'll find a 14-year old user from Minnesota posing a computer science problem to users from the UK, Serbia, India, Bangladesh, Peru, Hong Kong, Egypt, Greece, France, Netherlands, and the US, who solve the problem and submit solutions in 5 programming languages.
Brilliant's problems are created by people all over the world, including olympiad champions and university professors. Members learn how to solve problems by engaging in a vibrant community of students, educators, and enthusiasts. Through the Brilliant network, people discover the resources they need to succeed, the dream that they can, and the allies to help them.
We welcome thinkers and problem solvers of all types and ages to create an account and join our community. To learn more about Brilliant's mission, watch CEO Sue Khim's TEDx talk.