October 4, 2022

Black Couple Launches E-Learning Platform That Uses AI Instructors

Black couple DeMario and Dawn Nicole McIlawin are the creators behind Skilldora. This Black-owned edtech startup is one of the first e-learning platforms to embrace “digitally created humans,” also known as AI instructors. 

Skilldora has partnered with Israel-based company, D-ID, to accelerate academic learning for the next generation.

According to Yahoo Finance, edtech startups have helped boost the educational sector. Online education is now one of the most effective and fastest ways for modern learners to learn seamlessly. 

Skilldora is on a mission to revolutionize the education system by becoming the number one platform for e-learning. The recent growth in the e-learning market makes Skilldora’s work highly essential to young people looking to enhance their education. 

Interactive learning

“We believe the world of e-learning is rapidly changing, and learners want more interactive learning experiences, consistency in content quality, and compact courses they can take over a lunch break,” said DeMario and Dawn Nicole McIlwain. 

“Skilldora is answering the call by offering AI-instructed courses across a bevy of professional development categories, interactive Personal Discovery Assessments with instant AI coach feedback, and a ‘done-for-you’ B2B solution, which produces e-learning products on demand.” 

Skilldora has created a free-to-download membership site and an app that is currently available to download on the App store and Google Play. 

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Kumba Kpakima

Kumba Kpakima is a reporter at POCIT. A documentary about the knife crime epidemic in the UK got her a nomination for the UK's #30toWatch Young Journalists of the Year.