1. What is Artificial Intelligence?
What is better than computers making tediously manual work exponentially easier? Well, not that much… Simply put, artificial intelligence—commonly known as AI – attempts to fulfill the basic tasks, by means of computers, that previously could only be conducted by monotonous human intelligence. For instance, tasks such as composing informational schematics based on the compilation of a college or university class’s exam scores could now be accurately and beautifully created by our intuitive AI platform. This is just one of the many ways that StudyTree is truly revolutionizing the higher educational platform.
2. Predictive Analysis
Have you ever wondered how much you would have to study for a subject in order to perform well on an exam. Wonder no more. StudyTree’s growing AI platform is incorporating some really cutting-edge features such as predictive grade analysis that will allow both students and professors alike to prepare efficiently for exams. Based on previous academic results and trends, StudyTree’s AI platform will be able to strategically forecast exam results and provide insights into to most impactful ways of exam preparation.
3. Preparatory Organization
Imagine… You’re sitting at your dorm room desk cracking open your textbook in preparation for the following week’s looming exam. As you tediously flip page by page through textbook sections and class notes, you may begin asking yourself, “There has got to be a more efficient way of studying this information.” Well now there its a more efficient way. Not only will StudyTree’s AI platform be intuitive enough to predict exam scores, but it can also use a wide variety of grading variables and established informatics to organize your weekly schedule will a customizable list of advantageous study activities. For instance, Monday will be a self-study day; Tuesday will be a group-
study session; Wednesday, a one-on-one tutoring day; a meeting with your professors office hour slot on Thursday; and finally, on Friday, the exam. StudyTree’s AI platform will be able to strategically and comprehensively predict a students exam score as he or she attends or misses each study activity to allow the student to feel comfortable and prepared for his or her next exam.
4. Collaborative Learning
One of StudyTree’s main focuses is to foster relationships within the higher educational community. We firmly believe that, through academic and social collaboration, amazing things can be accomplished. This is why StudyTree’s AI platform will be directly geared toward enhancing the college and university learning environment through synergetic teamwork. By allowing students to introduce their schedule into the AI platform, a strategically planned study program will be provided along with a predictive grade analysis. The majority of study strategies included in the study plan will involve aspects of collaborative education such as group study sessions, one-on-one tutoring meetings, and appointment with professors. No longer will you have to feel alone in the studying process, because now, there’s StudyTree.
5. Guaranteed Results
How are both diligent and dedicated students and teachers similar? They both love homework? Well, maybe… but generally, both good students and teachers strive for success! There is not a much worse feeling in the world than working for something and not seeing results; however, this is something that StudyTree is working to change. By compiling the most effective study plans and strategies, students can now feel calm, prepared, and confident for anything their academic lives may throw at them. Similarly, professors will benefit from StudyTree’s easily interpretable yet detailed informatics – displaying the analysis of class performance. Now, professors can focus directly on subject materials that have proven troublesome to their students. In this advanced interactive environment – fostered and cultivated by StudyTree – both students and professors can rest assured in knowing that academic success can always accompany hard work and dedication.
By: Joe Snyder