Technology empowers education to bridge public welfare

AI Button can provide online learning guidance for students at any time. [Photo provided to]

An AI public welfare education platform, created by middle school students, is to support public welfare education on the basis of AI large model with integrated functions in learning, public welfare and socializing.

It is part of a broader trend where governments and international organizations are beefing up their presence in promoting educational equity.

The Education 2030 Agenda formulated by UNESCO with the goal of achieving global educational equity and inclusive education is a vivid example.

On this AI Button platform, students only need to input materials that need to be reviewed and the AI personal learning assistant will provide customized learning advice and guidance based on students” needs, helping them learn and review efficiently.

Whether it’s consolidating previously learned knowledge or reviewing before exams, AI Button can provide students with accurate materials and suggestions. It is an online intelligent mentor that is available at any time. Currently, the platform supports both Chinese and English.

In addition, AI Button encourages students to participate in public welfare activities. It integrates the functions of education, socializing and public welfare to achieve multiple goals for students to initiate projects, participate in projects and receive benefits.

The founder of AI Button, Qiu Yumo, is only a 13-year-old high school student who has just entered the 8th grade. She started learning programming at the age of 6 and wrote a game at the age of 7, attracting many paid-users.

At the end of 2022, Qiu Yumo tried to use the generative big model for the first time and experienced the positive opportunities brought by the new generation of AI. In early 2023, she began programming with the assistance of AI.

As a pet person, she quickly developed a pet pedometer using Flutter/Part programming language, which she had never learned before. She also won an award for this in the school science exhibition.

Her connection with public welfare was even earlier. When Qiu was 4 years old, the kindergarten organized a charity sale on International Children’s Day. As a child, she donated her income to the orphanage by setting up a street vending stall to sell freshly squeezed juice. For the first time, she realized the true meaning of “No one can do everything, but everyone can do something”.

On her 13th birthday, Qiu cut off her long hair that she had kept for 3 years and donated it to children with cancer. She never stopped participating in and advocating for various public welfare activities.

At the age of 10, she heard from her family that Tencent will increase individual contributions through match donations on the 99 Public Welfare Day.

Therefore, she began to sell her handmade crystal mud through online micro stores a few days before the 99 Public Welfare Day every year, then she would use the income of the charity sale to support public welfare projects in need on the 99 Public Welfare Day through the Tencent Public Welfare Platform. Such sale activity has lasted for 4 years until September 2023.

The popularity of AI Button she casually wrote inspired her to plan the 99 public welfare project this year. She decided to use AI Button to influence more students and increase her support to public welfare projects.


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