Reliable internet content for all

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The Netherlands

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July 14, 2020

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Reliable internet content for all

Country

The Netherlands

Update

July 14, 2020

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The COVID-19 lockdown has forced 15 billion school children and adolescents worldwide to work on their assignments and follow classes online. The internet plays an important part in gathering information to complete the assignments. But which information can they trust? Education technology firm Wizenoze takes results from the commercial search engines and improves them into reliable tailor-made search results for young people.

The internet must be a source of information that ties in with educational needs. However, most of the time young people are presented with commercially focused, inappropriate and irrelevant search results. Wizenoze wants to give pupils and schools access to relevant and reliable content. The company uses artificial intelligence algorithms to generate information that fits pupils’ learning needs and reading skills.

 

According to the firm, the global lockdown has emphasised the need for a better internet for school children and centres of learning. The company foresees a global development in which countries use advanced technology to support online education. Wizenoze’s popular Web for Classroom tool – with hundreds of thousands of users - anticipates on these developments.

Long term effect

The long term effect of COVID-19 could well be that children and adolescents have to adjust to learning from home more often. Wizenoze and other innovative companies can play an important role in providing them with reliable content.

Social media

Twitter: @wizenoze

LinkedIn: @wizenoze