Dalton Prescott, who attended a previous iteration of the programme while he was a student at the School of Science and Technology, has plans to have an app he developed launched on the App Store. The 17-year-old’s app, called Master, combines psychology and machine learning to make learning more effective for students.
Master is a platform that combines cognitive psychology and machine learning to replace the current conventional methods of learning
Singaporean students Dalton Ng (middle) and Qin Guan (left) used Swift to create Master, their upcoming iOS app which aims to revolutionise how people study.
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“We recreate familiar surroundings for patients using pictures and information that their family provides. We have already brought this platform to nursing homes and we bring the residents to places like Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal, all from the comfort of the nursing homes.”
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The programme will run from January to March 2019 and will culminate with a Demo Day at the end of March 2019.
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