An Adaptive Learning-as-a-Service solution to personalize every learner's learning flow
encognize G.K. today announced the launch of ELLA, an EdTech SaaS micro-service providing eLearning and mLearning solution designers with a simple yet powerful Adaptive Learning webAPI that can be called by their application or game to help personalize the learning flow of every learner.
ELLA which stands for E.nhanced L.earning L.evel A.lgorithm analyzes the learners’ scores and delivers level adjustment recommendations for each of the learners. Easy to embed in mobile or desktop learning applications or games, ELLA tells when to make things easier or more challenging for an optimal learning experience.
encognize joins the "Financial Inclusion Consortium" led by Nihon Unisys
On March 12th 2021, Nihon Unisys announced the establishment of the "Financial Inclusion Consortium" 「金融包摂コンソーシアム」starting April 2021 with the vision of "enriching lives for everyone who does their best" in the current changing society 「がんばるみんなに豊かな暮らしを」.
The "Financial Inclusion Consortium" aims at providing a variety of financial services in collaboration with financial institutions, human resource service providers and fintech companies among others, taking into consideration some of the major forces driving societal changes such as the impact of COVID19, work styles evolution, a higher lifestyle diversity or also the coming possibility to pay salary using e-money in Japan.
encognize, alongside AdviceRobo, a leading Fintech company in Alternative Credit Scoring supported by our Japan X-Tech Force, is one of the initial members of this "Financial Inclusion Consortium" led by Nihon Unisys.
Nihon Unisys Press Release here (Japanese only)
"Financial Inclusion Consortium" webpage here (Japanese only)
encognize delivers CREATOYO 2021 Business Innovation Award
"What Higher Education-related problem can you solve using digital technologies, turning your solution into a responsible business by 2025?"
This is the question that participants of Creatoyo 2021, an annual one-week interactive event organized by the Department of Global Innovation Studies (GINOS) Toyo University Japan, in collaboration with MOSAIC, the creativity and innovation hub from HEC Montreal, Canada and BETA from Strasbourg University, had to work on in a team setup.
For this Creatoyo 2021 Business Innovation Award program fully designed and delivered on-line by encognize, the 5 teams competing for the award could get expert insights and learn from professionals drawn from the entire innovation ecosystem in Japan (Corporations, startups support structure, coach, VC...).
Knowledge sharing sessions from the selected Business Innovation Award mentors covered themes such as how to define your market, the importance of developing soft skills, design thinking and related tools, PR/FAQ innovation mechanism, the role of VC and key criteria for a VC investment decision.