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Cobie AI

We help teachers enhance personalized learning

Who is Cobie AI?

Under the name Cobie AI, we combine all our advanced edtech solutions. We chose the name Cobie AI, inspiring personality in our technologies. Personality is vital to us because we offer a virtual assistant to a teacher, professor or mentor, and the character of our assistant makes the approach to teaching more authentic.

Cobie AI – Artificial Assistant

Cobie AI – Artificial Assistant, is a cloud-based platform for teaching coding classes. Our platform is adapted for blended learning and enables a seamless transition between in-classroom and distance learning. 

The platform has two main parts supported with AI: a smart classroom and a lecture synthesis system (LSS). The smart classroom enables teachers to mentor multiple students in real-time. Using the lecture synthesis system, teachers can create synthetic lectures. The lecture synthesis system cuts downtime for content preparation and enables content personalisation on a scalable level. We are focusing on K-12 education.

Value for education

  • Teachers become more like motivators (mentors)
  • Better time allocation with automatisation of repeatable tasks
  • Insight into the student’s learning process
  • Scalable and personalised content creation
  • Smooth transition in blended learning environment

Cobie AI gives a boost to a teacher’s abilities. We believe that a teacher has the most impact on a student’s learning. With Cobie AI, teachers can use their existing knowledge not only to lecture to the classroom but work 1-on-1 with the whole classroom at the same time. With 1-on-1 mentoring, students get better STEM education.


We successfully completed the IMPACT EdTech program, receiving the Best-in-class award.

Smart Classroom

Smart Classroom – where AI helps teachers to enhance personalized learning

Synthetic content

Synthetic content is becoming increasingly important and will help prepare teaching content in the future.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme within the framework of the IMPACT EdTech Project funded under grant agreement No 871275.

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