By Charlie DeWitts
Shubham Banerjee is only thirteen years old and he has already started up his own Silicon Valley company. You see, one day he began to get curious on how blind people were able to read. His parents told him to look it up, and he did just that. Soon, he became appalled by the information that braille can cost 2,000 dollars a sheet. He decided that there had to be a better way. Combining his love of Legos and a sense of entrepreneurship, he’s now set to change the world.