Lingvist is an education company working to make language learning 10x faster by using big data and AI. Lingvist maps the knowledge and skills of each learner, adapting learning materials in real time and creating an experience that is pleasantly and uniquely challenging for every individual learner. Lingvist has developed exceptional language analysis methods, enabling the program to swiftly customize course content to teach language for a particular context.
The Lingvist prototype was created at CERN by one of the co-founders, Mait Müntel employing the machine-learning algorithms that were used to discover the Higgs boson. Mait teamed up with Ott Jalakas and Andres Koern to found Lingvist in 2013.