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AI-assisted uMind set to replace e-learning software

Briefs | 03/27/2007 1:06 am EDT

University of Montreal professor Dr. Claude Frasson recently announced the creation of uMind, a company specializing in the delivery of second-generation e-learning software. uMind’s two platforms, uSim and uLearn, will harness the power of artificial intelligence to estimate, control and anticipate learner behaviour and adjust the learning path to suit the user’s needs. “We have taken dynamic, adaptive learning to levels never experienced in the past,” said Frasson. “Our primary objective is to build technology that understands and responds to the human learning process rather than the other way around.” Through testing and independent studies, uMind platforms have excelled at everything from critical training in the transportation and education to the telecom and public safety and security fields.

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