CENTURY gives free AI to schools shut by the coronavirus
CENTURY is pleased to offer free access to its intelligent learning tools to schools in Asia closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The move is intended to help affected schools to ensure their students can continue to learn throughout the upcoming weeks, and potentially months, of school closures and student isolation.
CENTURY’s AI engine allows students to receive an education tailored to them as individuals, wherever they are. As a social impact enterprise, this move builds on our previous work helping students in need, including our project to use AI to help educate Syrian refugees in the Middle East.
We are initially focusing on the closed schools in Hong Kong and China using the British curriculum, due to existing links with partners in the area allowing for the rollout process to be finessed. However, we are open to requests for help from any affected British curriculum or English speaking schools.
Affected schools are invited to get in touch for help.
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