Building a better world starts with giving our children the best education we can. But how do we design education that’s fit for tomorrow’s world? Dutch EdTech scale-up Wizenoze is on a mission to make learning more personal, effective and fun for future generations. How? By using artificial intelligence to harness the best educational content on the internet. Wizenoze is one of a handful of Dutch-based companies recognised by Deloitte as a “Future Winner”. Founder Diane Janknegt and Deloitte partner Stephen Ward share how their partnership is increasing the impact of both companies on the future of education.
Education is not the easiest field to start a revolution. Where the future of our precious children is at stake, changes are made with the utmost caution. But tomorrow’s jobs call for new skills, so innovation is a must. Besides, advances in digital technology have a lot to offer to learners, says Diane Janknegt, Founder of Wizenoze. “First of all, digital learning helps them learn anytime,
anywhere – which came in very handy when the Covid-19 pandemic forced schools to close their doors. Another advantage is that it gives learners a more personalised experience, with room to set their own pace and deep-dive into the subjects that interest them. Our platform uses artificial intelligence to guide learners to the best educational content on the internet, the world’s biggest library. Schoolbooks have had their day, with so much relevant and up-to-date content already online. All learners need is some support to help them find that content. The result? More fun, fit-for-tomorrow education and better learning outcomes.”