Examity has raised $90 million from Boston private equity firm Great Hill Partners to fuel its expansion and dig into how machine learning and biometric tools can make tests proctored online more secure.
Private equity firm Great Hill Partners announced on Tuesday it had invested $90 million in Examity, an anti-cheating platform.
Examity, a platform that serves online course providers with proctoring services to authenticate the identity of students and ensure they don't cheat, has raised $90 million in a round of funding from Boston-based private equity firm Great Hill Partners.
Whether bots will be physically present in the workplace or exist as quiet virtual partners, HR will need to make sure AI and humans work well together.
American college students are turning to a new strategy to avoid the debt trap that has captured millions, pledging a share of their future earnings to pay for their education rather than borrowing.
La dette des etudiants aux Etats-Unis s'eleve au total a 1.500 milliards de dollars
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STREET CRED: Credly, a New York-based digital credentialing platform, has raised an $11.1 million Series A round. Investors included ZOMA Capital, Strada Education Network, New Markets Venture Partners, University Ventures, Pearson, Lumina Foundation and Lion Brothers Co.
Through partnerships with Credly, employers, educators, and associations tap digital credentials to attract, engage, and retain talent