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  1. Eric VanArsdall says:

    There are software products that use artificial intelligence (AI) to track student mastery, lead students to the topics that they are ready for, and and provide hints and instruction while they are working problems. One of the difficulties is that the user must enter the information with mouse and keyboard which can be awkward, since the user is forced to solve the problem in the software’s format.

    Surely, with a tablet PC and pen, the AI could learn the USER’S preferred formats rather than the other way around. The user would be able to write on the tablet just as they would on paper and the software could provide instant feedback (hints, guidance as necessary).

    Do you know of anyone exploring this avenue?

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