AI program to set and mark assessments helps teachers in Singapore save time

Noodle Factory co-founders Ms Yvonne Soh (left) and Dr Jim Wagstaff. Their start-up helps teachers cut down on time spent creating notes and marking assessments using artificial intelligence. PHOTO: NOODLE FACTORY
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SINGAPORE - Teachers spend long hours doing administrative tasks like marking and setting assessments, which eats into their spare time and contributes to them being overworked.

That is where Noodle Factory founders Yvonne Soh and Jim Wagstaff think their educational technology start-up can help.

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