Every middle and high school student now owns a tablet PC and prefers digital content over printed materials. However, most educational institutes and educational content publishers do not have the means to create apps or digitize content.
Korean startup Testbank Inc. has developed a technology to digitize educational content. Testbank uses artificial intelligence to create interactive reference books. Testbank’s technology turns static PDFs into interactive or dynamic pages so that users can effectively use them on their digital devices, such as tablet PCs and mobile phones.
Testbank has built an exact and costly conversion process using machine learning technology and computer vision-based algorithms. The startup is now digitizing the test preparation market in Korea and hoping to expand the application of the technology.
The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. The startup is now working on collaborating with educational content publishers in South Korea. It also makes a platform, ‘Solve,’ a digital reference book service. ‘Solve’ will give an experience of solving problems on paper on the iPad for automated scoring and grade analysis at once.
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