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Edtech firm set to open lab in central London with new AI job opportunities

A London edtech firm has announced the launch of an “innovation hub” in St. Pancras.

BYJU’S new lab aims to “incubate new ideas, provide cutting-edge technologies and deliver breakthrough solutions across BYJU’S ecosystem of learning products.”

The company has also announced the new centre will create several jobs for graduates and those with expertise in AI and machine learning.

BYJU’S states its has around 80m students worldwide.

Dev Roy, chief innovation and learning officer, at BYJU’S said: “The role of online learning is not just to replicate offline classes in digital space but to make it more interactive, engaging and personalised.

“By combining the ability of computing, technology, and data, we at BYJU’S Lab, want to explore the power of information to create a more enhanced and personalised learning atmosphere.”

Dev added: “As a global company, we are looking to harness talent across the UK, US and India to build innovative tools and employ new technologies to positively impact the learning experiences of children across the world.

“As we continue to grow and experiment, we will operate at the intersection of business and technology to make innovation real and relevant for BYJU’S users. We are looking at strengthening our team and look forward to working with bright and curious minds to transform the way children learn.”

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