AI firm aims to free up parents and teachers from checking children’s maths homework

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019

Using AI technologies, the company has already made it possible to recommend different courses to students based on their individual progress on a certain subject.

In China, there is big culture of practice makes perfect. As such, school homework is a battlefield not only for Chinese children but also for their parents and teachers, who have the task of reviewing assignments.

Technology is increasingly lending a helping hand though and now a Beijing-based online education start-up has developed an artificial intelligence-powered maths app that can check children’s arithmetic problems through the simple snap of a photo. Based on the image and its internal database, the app automatically checks whether the answers are right or wrong.

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