CMU spinout RoboTutor comes up short in Global Learning Challenge

//CMU spinout RoboTutor comes up short in Global Learning Challenge

CMU spinout RoboTutor comes up short in Global Learning Challenge

XPRIZE announced the two winners of its $10 million Global Learning Challenge Wednesday evening, but Carnegie Mellon University spinout RoboTutor, one of the five finalists, did not make the cut. The winners were U.S. and South Korea-based KitKit School and U.K. and Kenya based onebillion. Over 200 teams from around the world participated in the global learning competition. RoboTutor, led by CMU professor Jack Mostow, developed an open-source software that allows children without proper access…

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By | 2019-05-16T12:15:05+00:00 May 16th, 2019|Technology|

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