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AI emerges as new teacher for music education in China

Platforms target parents, offering lessons for children with real-time evaluation

With 01yinyue, the user's performance is monitored via smartphone or tablet and evaluated, and mistakes are pointed out in real time. (Photo courtesy of YuanYin Technology)

BEIJING -- Online music education platforms that help children learn music, especially instruments, as "training partners" are drawing strong attention from institutional investors in China.

While children wishing to play musical instruments need to practice every day, the online platforms help them continue their efforts, motivate them to work harder and learn more effective ways of practicing.

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