Once CoVid took over, everything was available on the internet. As industries and large-scale organizations fit their processes inside small laptop screens, the education sector had a tough time as well, especially trying to figure out the best possible ways to conduct online learning. Availability of physical resources, lack of technical training and expertise among faculty, and unpreparedness are just some of the reasons why online learning still is a huge challenge. We try to make things simpler by bringing in LectureMind. LectureMind takes care of a lot of things. All one has to do is upload an audio recording of a lecture into the platform and it: - Transcribes it and creates a summary - Generates a 10 point Quiz for every lecture - Generates 10 flash-cards for every lecture The idea is to simplify the process of online learning, make it fun for the students, have them play around with things a little and explore more and deep dive into things, because that's the best way to learn.Category tags:
"Impressive implementation in a short period of time!"
Co-Founder & Business Head at NeoLocus
"Very cool! I can imagine how this can replace entire online courses, I think that the key to success here is to make it easy for users to generate courses that other users could pay for - something like an open marketplace. Overall love it and I'm rooting for you!"
Operations and Partner Manager
"LectureMind is a useful platform that aims to simplify online learning by transcribing audio lectures, generating summaries, quizzes and flashcards. The platform is designed to make online learning more engaging and interactive for students, and it could be a useful tool for educators who are transitioning to virtual teaching. While there are several similar platforms available, LectureMind's emphasis on interactivity and gamification sets it apart. Overall, it seems like a useful tool that could help to make online learning more accessible and effective"
Co-Founder of Content-Hive
"Powerfull use case. Big adressable market. Could use a bit more work around visual layer and the amount of options to chose from. Getting access to a library of Videos will be crucial to make this work effectively. "