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Virtual reality videos teach drivers road safety
The game uses doodles to teach computers to understand images
AI scientists in China use self-learning to train a neural net to train itself
An energy company has created a digital teacher using AI to help children learn about different types of renewable energy.
A free classroom tool connects students around the world through empathy building activities.
A new AI algorithm platform provides an adaptive tutoring experience through dialogue-driven learning
Advances in new technology are rapidly changing the way we teach and learn. School curricula are also adapting to nurture entrepreneurship and holistic wellbeing from a very early age. Here below are some of the latest innovations shaping the future of education.
Lego-compatible, six-sided blocks makes creating interactive toys, games and instruments easy and fun and does not require access to a screen.
UK startup has created a dough which allows electricity to run through it, helping children enjoy science and technology.
AI-enabled Woogie answers questions, plays interactive games and has the ability to engage in conversation.
The Qmod Energy Kit teaches children about everyday sources of power and includes a card game and tips for running experiments, including coding.
Stanford University bioengineering researchers hacked a Lego Mindstorms robotics kit to produce a liquid-handling robot for use by students of all ages.
US based platform motivates wannabe linguists by letting them learn from the books, articles and podcasts they’re interested in.
Piper is a DIY hacker toolbox that teaches young people to build real electronics while playing Minecraft.