To date, Antimatter has been focused on meme creation activities for the classroom. Our mission is grander, though: We’re building what we think are the best learning experiences on the internet, full stop.
Today we’re continuing that journey with Sorcerer, an AI-based powered product that, unlike every other AI product on the market, asks great questions that are differentiated for each individual learner.
What is Sorcerer?
Sorcerer is an instructional that is designed to help students improve their mastery in whatever you’re teaching. You set up the topics and your students get the opportunity to test their understanding. Each chat with Sorcerer provides learners with a 0-100 score and insights into how their answers could be improved.
What makes Sorcerer different from other AI’s?
- ChatGPT is great. I rely on it every day. But even your students know that they’re not learning when they use it. It’s designed to give answers.
- Tools like Quizalize, Quizlet, and Quizizz are also great, but the shortcoming is right there in the name: quizzes. Multiple choice questions help you prepare for times when memorization is necessary, but none of us got into education to help students memorize.
- Very few AI education products, and even general education products, differentiate between learners. We accomplish this by having the AI evalaute the student’s mastery level before formulating the next response.
Sorcerer in action
Here’s a student who clearly knows a thing or two about Schrödinger's cat.
Let’s contrast this experience with one from a student who has some understanding of the subject matter, but needs some help and encouragement.
Sorcerer is now in beta
We’ve been testing Sorcerer with our Antimatter ambassadors to date, and the feedback has been phenomenal from students and teachers alike:
We’ll have more to say soon, but I want to be sure to address the top questions every teacher has: How can I trust an AI?
In short, we do a few things:
- We’ve taken great care to make sure responses are accurate. The accuracy consistently tests higher than competing AI’s and is less reliant on providing information in the first place because it’s about great questions, not answers.
- We empower you to limit your students' chats to the subject matter. If the topic is All Quiet on the Western Front, a student can’t initiate a chat about Mr. Beast.
- You can view every chat your students have started, along with insights into their responses.
And yes, of course there are memes. Sorcerer makes for a perfect follow up to an activity on Antimatter. After students have made memes on the current unit, you can give your students the opportunity to use each others' creations to deepen their understanding of the subject matter.
If you’re interested in learning more about Sorcerer, you can try it out for yourself right now:
We’re also always happy to schedule a walkthrough.