UMeWorld Files US Patent Application for Cloud Based Adaptive Learning Educational Platform
HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- UMeWorld Limited (OTCQB:UMEWF) is pleased to announce that it has filed a patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office entitled "Method and System for Adjusting the Degree of Difficulty of a Question Bank Based on Internet Sampling." The patent application protects the innovative technology used in the Company's cloud-based adaptive learning educational platform to be launched nationally in China shortly.
"I am very pleased with the filing of this platform patent application in the U.S. This represents a significant milestone for the Company and sets us further apart from our competition," said Michael Lee, CEO of UMeWorld Limited. "Our platform technology is unique and far more advanced than our competitors'. Furthermore, our personalized approach is universal and can be applied to other countries. The filing of this U.S. patent application has laid down the foundation for exponential growth of the company, currently in China and in the U.S. education market in the near future."
The UMFun™ (formerly SmartStar) is a cloud based, adaptive learning educational platform. The Platform name UMFun™ in the Chinese language means 'Full Mark'. It is a cost effective, engaging and fun to use assessment and tutoring platform that can intelligently analyze and adapt to a student's performance and personalizes the delivery of proprietary educational items according to the student's learning needs.
UMeWorld's mission is to facilitate the interaction between people -- "You" and "Me," through its digital platforms. Currently, UMeWorld operates UMeLook (www.umelook.com), an online video platform focused on bringing foreign video content to China. UMeLook plans to be a source of foreign video content for the Chinese viewer across any Internet-enabled device in China. UMeWorld intends to focus its future operations on digital media and the digital education market.
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