Cut the time and

costs of your

teachers with AI

costs of your

teachers with AI

Automate your academic process with Eva's simplest integration into your educational platform

Cut the time

and costs of support with AI

and costs of support with AI

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Explain to me the Bayes Theorem as if I were a ten-year-old child

User

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

Sure! Bayes' Theorem helps us update our beliefs when we learn new information. Imagine you have two baskets, one with red and blue balls and the other with red and blue balls too, and you randomly choose one without knowing which. If you draw a red ball, Bayes' Theorem helps us calculate the chances that you picked the first basket based on the probability of drawing a red ball from each basket and the original chances of selecting each basket.

Sure! Here is the correct code:

Eva

Eva

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

Find the mistake

User

You missed the

';'

sign in

"Hello, world!"

row which give syntax

error in C++

std:: cout <<

Eva

The attribution model you choose for your business depends on your specific goals and data availability. Some commonly used attribution models include first touch, last touch, linear, time decay, and position-based models. Consider factors such as customer journey complexity, the significance of different touchpoints, and the desired emphasis on specific channels when selecting your attribution model.

User

Which attribution model do I have to choose for my business?

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Explain to me the Bayes Theorem as if I were a ten-year-old child

User

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

Sure! Bayes' Theorem helps us update our beliefs when we learn new information. Imagine you have two baskets, one with red and blue balls and the other with red and blue balls too, and you randomly choose one without knowing which. If you draw a red ball, Bayes' Theorem helps us calculate the chances that you picked the first basket based on the probability of drawing a red ball from each basket and the original chances of selecting each basket.

Sure! Here is the correct code:

Eva

Eva

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

Find the mistake

User

You missed the

';'

sign in

<< "Hello, world!"

row which give

syntax error in C++

std:: cout

Eva

The attribution model you choose for your business depends on your specific goals and data availability. Some commonly used attribution models include first touch, last touch, linear, time decay, and position-based models. Consider factors such as customer journey complexity, the significance of different touchpoints, and the desired emphasis on specific channels when selecting your attribution model.

User

Which attribution model do I have to choose for my business?

Tablet version

Explain to me the Bayes Theorem as if I were a ten-year-old child

User

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!";

return 0;

}

Sure! Bayes' Theorem helps us update our beliefs when we learn new information. Imagine you have two baskets, one with red and blue balls and the other with red and blue balls too, and you randomly choose one without knowing which. If you draw a red ball, Bayes' Theorem helps us calculate the chances that you picked the first basket based on the probability of drawing a red ball from each basket and the original chances of selecting each basket.

Sure! Here is the correct code:

Eva

Eva

#include <iostream>

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

int main() {

std::cout << "Hello, world!"

return 0;

}

Find the mistake

User

You missed the

';'

sign in

cout << "Hello, world!"

row

which give syntax error in C++

std::

Eva

The attribution model you choose for your business depends on your specific goals and data availability. Some commonly used attribution models include first touch, last touch, linear, time decay, and position-based models. Consider factors such as customer journey complexity, the significance of different touchpoints, and the desired emphasis on specific channels when selecting your attribution model.

User

Which attribution model do I have to choose for my business?

Mob version

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Enable your customers to learn more especially if they

And Eva will

Don’t have a teacher

Review the homework

Don’t want to bother anyone

Allow not switch between different sources

Their teachers are unavailable

Replace search engines

Want to check themselves

Explain anything you ask

Feel uncomfortable asking questions

Find the mistakes in the work

Don’t clearly understand what they have to do

Give a feedback

35%

25%

25%

average increase

in engagement rate

in engagement rate

average increase

in activation rate

in activation rate

average increase in customer retention

Optimize your teacher experience

60%

40x

40%

reduction in operational costs

faster customer resolutions

of questions resolved automatically

Lower your costs with more efficient teams

Quicker answer students' recurring questions

Prevent team burnout

You will be able to

Train Eva

And she will answer
as your support team

Fine-tuning

Setup Eva context for each course on your platform

Prompting

Eva give explanations not solutions

Teacher mode

Manage your students' attention

Hints

Eva pushes students to make their tasks

Pushes

Interface customization

Branding

Take analytics to know where your content can have more

Analytics

Different Evas
on different courses. Setup Eva’s settings for different pages of your site

Managing

First of all, it's easy

Installation takes a couple of minutes, with no technical skills whatsoever

Secondly, it's cheap

It costs the user a few cents,

and no teacher salary costs at that

and no teacher salary costs at that

Integrate the power Artificial Intelligence

to deliver a truly exceptional experience