A French education technology company is seeking Singapore Research & Development partners to collaborate on its adaptive learning modules for K12 education under the France-Singapore Joint Innovation Call.
Utilising technologies such as AI, Chatbot, UX (3D and 2D) and games, the company offers students and their teachers core digital learning modules in mathematics, languages and sciences that incorporate tests, activity courses and dashboards based on school programmes or new skills.With adaptive learning as an approach, each module is personalised to each student based on cognitive science and AI, ensuring the right pace of learning for optimal outcomes.
The company is particularly interested in strengthening its AI engine and is also open to co-innovations in cognitive science related to core knowledge research and other expertise such as UX design, gamification, robots and IoT.
The French company is interested in increasing the capabilities of its AI engine to demonstrate the efficacy of adaptive learning as a learning approach for every child. Algorithms include Natural Language Processing (NLP) for both text and speech, clustering, biclustering, collaborative filtering, reinforcement learning, multi-armed bandit algorithms, deep learning for open questions and more. Other expertise such as cognitive science related to core knowledge research, attention, emotion and behavioural nudging, UX design, gamification, robots and IoT will also be considered.
Potential partner companies from Singapore are welcome to submit their interest to co-innovate under the France-Singapore Joint Innovation Call. Eligibility of participating Singapore/French companies for this call may be found in this document.