Robots Without Borders

Educational, Medical, and Humanitarian
Artificial Intelligence

Educational AI

Global Problem: 

781 million adults over the age of 15 are estimated to be illiterate according to the World's Women 2015 report prepared by Ionica Berevoescu from the UN statistics division in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
"Nearly two thirds of them are women, a proportion that has remained unchanged for two decades. Illiteracy rates are highest among older people and are higher among women than men. At age 65 and over, 30 per cent of women and 19 per cent of men are illiterate." Click to learn more

Impact of Educational AI: 

This goal of this project is to develop an educational artificial intelligence for use in the classroom and at home as a teacher’s assistant, stand-alone learning application, or 1-on-1 student tutor.

We've been testing the concept with educators from three NYC schools and the results are positive. 

Educational & Commercial Applications

  • Alternative testing method for students with disabilities
  • ADHD, Physical disabilities, Dyslexia, Autism, Learning disabilities
  • Teacher assistant for single educator large classrooms
  • At home commercial tutoring
  • On site school lab lessons
  • Homework helper
  • Standardized test preparation
  • Montessori style learning
  • Resource & Remedial learning


Educational AI in the Classroom:
Here is a video of AI in the classroom at Materials for the Arts in NYC:

Vision for Global Impact of our Educational AI:


AI in the classroom at Materials for the Arts