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Over a decade ago we introduced the first version of our adaptive vocabulary trainer into the education space. Our product, that uses natural language processing and machine learning to analyse and classify news articles, was met with great scepticism by most teachers. Teachers, considering themselves uniquely capable of determining whether a text is suitable for a given pupil at a certain level, frequently focused on the inevitable shortcomings of our algorithms. Many of them did not, however, realize the learning capability of the system itself.
Judged by leading innovation experts, Knowble has been selected as one of the top 100 ventures with the potential to disrupt markets globally. Disrupt 100 is an index compiled by Tällt Ventures, a global data intelligence and innovation company, celebrating the ventures with the most potential to influence, change or create new global markets.
Creating a Netflix for education may sound appealing to many, but Netflix falls short as a guiding example for personalized learning solutions. Creating a Netflix for education may sound appealing to many, but Netflix falls short as a guiding example for personalized learning solutions.
Recent investments pouring into digital language-learning have once more uncovered significant developments within our industry. Traditional textbook publishers, however, seem to constantly close their eyes for these developments. Will they survive the value innovation created by language-learning EdTech companies?