Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania--January 10, 2007, Quantum Simulations, Inc., a developer of artificial intelligence (AI) tutoring, assessment and professional development software has received a $100,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop artificial intelligence-based teaching simulation software for science and mathematics.

The six-month feasibility study will explore how Quantum's AI tutoring and assessment engines can help new and out-of-field instructors better prepare for teaching difficult science and mathematics subjects such as chemistry by simulating typical student/teacher interactions. In an online learning environment, the software will enable teachers to become more familiar with content, effectively...

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