NOLEJ, the generative AI edtech start-up, has announced a strategic partnership with OpenAI, the AI research and deployment business behind GPT-4, GPT-3.5, ChatGPT, DALLE, Codex, and other projects.
In mid-April, at the ASU GSV Cup, where they have been chosen as a finalist in the GSV cup, the largest edtech competition, NOLEJ will introduce the commercial edition of NOLEJ AI, a generative AI for educators, powered by GPT-3.5, following a successful Beta test with over 2500 educators.
Teachers now have 50X more time to create interactive microlearning materials thanks to NOLEJ AI. Teachers can upload static information (video, audio, or text), and NOLEJ AI will then create interactive videos, flashcards, and quizzes ready to use and accommodate different learning preferences. According to hundreds of independent studies, such interactive micro-learnings beat conventional static formats, increasing completion rates by 85% and retention rates by 75%.
By utilizing their expertise in generative learning built on OpenAI's technologies and cutting-edge AI systems, NOLEJ intends to revolutionize AI-powered education further. The alliance plans to produce new technologies to improve learning and give educators new opportunities.
Bodo Hoenen, the co-founder of NOLEJ, said: "We are thrilled to be collaborating with OpenAI to continue our mission of powering the future of learning."
By working with OpenAI strategically, NOLEJ joins organizations like Shutterstock, Duolingo, and Kahn Academy.
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