4 Edtech startups leveraging tech to fuel innovation

By : |September 18, 2019 0

The future is technology. The past few years have seen a massive boom in technology such as AI, RPA, ML, IoT and more which have made its way into every sector. Education is one such sector which has seen a growth in the use of emerging technology. A report by McKinsey suggests that less than half of the employers (43%) were able to find the core skills required in entry-level candidates. EdTech startups are investing in technology to solve this issue by becoming more innovative with their products and services and to help individuals gain the necessary skills.

Tech is more scalable, can be personalized according to the user, and it makes resources easily accessible for many. Here are four Edtech startups that are using technological solutions for innovation.

Making skill-learning tailored to fit the user’s needs using AI and ML

Using technology such as AI and Ml, Enguru, an app offering spoken English and communication skills makes learning said skills simpler by customizing the course according to each user. The app’s AI technology determines the level of coaching the user needs through a test that is initially conducted. The app then selects the course level based on the results. They also provide live classes for their users.

Studying students in order to help them study

With over 8.5 million students on its platform and helping them prepare for exams ranging from school boards to competitive exams such as JEE, NEET and more, Toppr uses AI, ML, and big data to study student behavior and create innovative and adaptive learning solutions. It also uses Natural Language Processing to help students with doubts instantly.

Offering creative learning solutions for students

Crafted by 300+ academicians from across the country, the Next curriculum is a robust curriculum solution that uses AI to offer peer to peer learning, activity-based learning, and blended learning. It even includes a library containing manuals, assessments, experiential learning solutions and even Augmented Reality products to encourage holistic learning.

Using tech to have a focussed and simple approach for teachers and students

Focussing on helping students achieve better grades in exams, Bodhi is completely based on AI where teachers, as well as students, can create an account and after a couple of tests in which they can see the grades of their peers, the AI assesses the student’s patterns and even predicts future performance and also offers suggestions on areas/ways to improve.

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