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Speedlabs launches software that uses artificial intelligence to teach students

Panaji, Oct 13 (UNI) Speedlabs, a company which prepares students for various competitive examinations, has launched a software that uses artificial intelligence to teach students, map their problem areas and deficiencies, and help them work on concepts they need practice upon.
Speaking to UNI, Vivek Varshney, CEO, SpeedLabs, said the software uses Artificial Intelligence Algos to create a personalized improvement plan for each student.
''It provides the personalized learning in the truest sense by analysing the learning behaviour and performance of each student, and based on this, creates a personalized revision plan and homework, in order to improve the conceptual understanding and academic scores for the students,'' he said.
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