Although algorithms and artificial intelligence will never replace our teachers, their ability to resolve complex tasks without the need for human cognition makes them extremely useful for freeing up valuable time and resources in the classroom.
Developed following an extensive, 30 year long research project carried out at the Karolinska Institute, which has selected the Nobel Laureates in medicine since 1901, we have trained our machine learning algorithms to recognise correlations and patterns in eye movement data, so they can quickly and objectively determine a child’s reading attainment.
Comparing eye movement recordings to those from over 30 years research, our technology can pick up on even very minor differences in the way children’s brains process text.
Although, the technology is already extremely precise, it is actually able to learn from new data, meaning the more it is used in schools the more accurate and precise the picture of reading attainment it is able to give!
The Research The Process Step by Step The Benefits