I was recently pleased to come across this video showing that Quantum has done a nice job of knowledge engineering in the domain of accounting with Wiley.
Most of the success of cognitive tutors has been confined to mathematics, but Quantum has an interesting history of applying knowledge-based cognitive tutoring techniques to chemistry. In this case, they’ve stepped a little away from abstract math into accounting.
It was a little surprising, but then not, to learn that the folks of Quantum are AI folks dating back to Carnegie Group. They’re based here in Pittsburgh!
Nice work. The question I find myself wondering is whether they’ve changed the cost curve for cognitive tutors….