PRAXIS (v) is the act of transformation
powered by data + humans + machines
Praxis AI partnered with Toolwire to build a 15-hour program in order to help our friends in L&D and Higher Ed reinvent their classrooms into hybrid, interactive, accelerated learning experiences. We need this capability now more than ever … and it begins with faculty and L&D professionals.
Humans use (or acquire) machine-centric skills to discover solutions in data
Complex Problem (Data) → Praxis Engine → Solution (Patient-centered)
Praxis Engine powers solutions in:
Health Sciences – mapping patient data for cancer survival
Climate Science – agricultural resilience
Education – schools must transform to survive
Technology – 21st century digital schools for workforce survival
Industry – deep learning to renovate banking, transportation, etc
Unified Learning Experience Platform
The Praxis Platform (called “TILE”) leverages the strengths of experiential, informal, and formal learning methodologies
Experiential: Virtual labs, simulations, and video practice engage learners and validate their skills at scale
Informal: AI-powered, interactive tools increase learner engagement and empower employees to take control of their own learning journey
Formal: Scaffolded programs align learning with business goals and provide insights into individual and enterprise-wide skills
Quality Ecosystem of Experts & Partners
Praxis In The News
Local Channel 2 News broadcast praising Praxis for teaching high school students about coding and the Coronavirus with an online Computational Biology program.
Praxis AI is a transformative 21st Century portal dedicated to leveraging AI and Data Science to: 1) Cure Cancer … with Computational Biology programs and access to data-intensive computing clouds, including a Coronavirus SuperLab; 2) Empower the Digital Generation … with 21st contemporary digital learning journeys, collaborative LiveLabs, and faculty training in the Virtual Classroom; and 3) Transform Research … with Democratized Skills and Data Intensive Computing for Domain Research in biotechnology, energy, GIS, finance, and social sciences.