AILA is built upon Dark Matter™ Artificial Intelligence (DMAI) platform delivers content that adapts in real time to a child’s interest based on their physical and emotional reactions. Designed as 10-15 minute sessions or learning modules, keeping within the guidelines recommended by the World Health Organization of no more than one hour per day, the videos focus on one key concept per session using a variety of multimodal experiences. Multimodal experiences teach concepts using multiple modes. Modes are ways of communicating information in some way, including, but not limited to pictures, audio, speech, music, movement, gestures, and colors.
Each session of AILA includes curated songs, stories, an introduction to key concepts such as letters, numbers, shapes, or colors and engaging game play. Multimodal experiences encompass a variety of learning styles and provides a developmentally appropriate curriculum. AILA ensures a child-centered, engaging experience through its original characters, songs, and scenarios that illustrate positive interactions and behavior.
Parents are able to track what their child has seen and can adjust the length of sessions. The device automatically tracks the interest of the child to offer individualized and personalized learning and to ensure active screen time engagement. Furthermore, AILA informs parents and caregivers about specific activities to follow up on to make a real-world connection to learning for their children.