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The Lycée Jean-Piaget is currently testing our AI-based learning app Smartest and shared an article about it in their newsletter.
Swissdidac, the biggest education fair in Switzerland, took place in Bern and Smartest Learning was right in the middle of it.
During the eZürich PolitTalk on 5 October our co-founder Steve participated in an interesting discussion about “algorithms in the classroom”.
In this interview our computer vision intern Lucas explains how he uses computer vision to turn static documents into interactive exercises.
We sat down to interview Tabea, a teacher at ITSmove Winterthur to find out how she is using Smartest in her classroom.
The Lemania School and Smartest Learning have collaborated to create an interactive version of the Swiss Maturity training exercises.
Together with the principal and students from the Lycée Jean-Piaget, Mehdi talks about the role of digital learning in public education.
This weekend we had the opportunity to present Smartest Learning at the first EdTest Estonia event 2021. The EdTest Estonia event aims to provide a space where educators and EdTech companies can come together and share their perspectives and experiences in order to enrich the teaching practices around the world. During the event we presented […]
On today’s World Youth Skills Day we at Smartest Learning are celebrating the importance of empowering young people.