The next big thing for tech jobs may soon be a foreign-built robot.
Tech companies are already working on their own robots that will help teach students, but they are often far too expensive and not reliable.
Now a startup called The Next WIRED has a better solution, a tiny robot that can teach students from home and will be able to work at home.
The robot can read and write in the English language and can interact with students remotely.
The Next is using robotics technology to train teachers in a new way.
“We are bringing the power of robotics to teaching, by enabling students to learn with robots,” said the company’s CEO, Jonathan Blodgett.
The next generation of robots are designed to help teach math and science while teaching students in classrooms.
In this case, it could be using the robot to help students with language learning.
The company is developing the robot for use in the Philippines, where the country has one of the highest rates of underperforming students.
“If you want to improve the education systems in the country, you need to increase the participation of the workforce,” said Blodnett.
A robot will also be useful for students who have trouble speaking English or are disabled.
The robots are programmed to follow a curriculum that consists of 20 hours of teaching each week, with the robot learning on its own.
The students can also use it to practice math and English skills on their computers.
The robotics platform uses a custom-built software called the Robolectric software, which includes the ability to recognize words and sentences, translate and perform other tasks that make it an easy platform for students to develop their skills.
“Robots are incredibly powerful,” Blodt said.
“They are capable of solving a huge number of problems, but their performance is not always consistent.
You need to have a lot of variability in how well they do their job.”
Students are given access to a virtual classroom, where they learn using the Robo Lectric software.
Each day, students have access to up to 20 hours worth of lessons, and they can test their skills at the end of the semester.
This gives them a chance to see how they do and improve their skills, Blodtert said, adding that the robot will not be replacing teachers.
It will also help with the logistics and logistics of the teaching.
“The robot will be useful in the logistics, like how to deliver materials and how to bring them to the students, and the final part of the curriculum will be where we will teach them how to read and translate, but it will also have a place to give feedback,” Blodi said.
The Robolectri can teach in multiple languages, with English and Spanish being the most popular.
The platform will be available to teachers through a subscription model, and students will be given access for free.
Blodets will start accepting applications from teachers on July 1.
“This is an extremely exciting opportunity to provide technology to a huge audience of students in a very low cost,” Blodoet said.