Interesting Engineering

Several applications are working on ways to use AI to help with learning disorders. One of the pioneers of the field, Dysolve, uses an AI program that can generate interactive verbal games geared at individualizing student evaluations. When a student responds to a prompt, the response is forwarded to the AI engine, which comes up with new games designed to correct any detected issues. Making such corrections daily could help users address and overcome underlying processing issues. Read the full story