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In education-obsessed South Korea, edtech is a $10b business

South Korea's domestic edtech industry has grown rapidly as more people went online for learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. PHOTO: AFP
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SEOUL - If a student is stumped by a maths problem, South Korean start-up Mathpresso can help.

Founded in 2015, the company operates Qanda (literally "Q and A"), a learning app powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

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