App turns smartphones into magic study lens

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Classrooms are becoming smarter. Digital technology is standard in modern schools, but now children could have a new way to learn faster, with a quick way to check facts and learning tips using a new app. Volley, a San Francisco-based app backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg's education venture, enables students to point their phone's camera at a textbook or piece of homework and instantly see key facts and links to online classes or study guides. The app uses machine learning to process the information automatically. It can also automatically generate revision quizzes, tests from textbook pages, or create customized study guides…

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