Antoine, who is dyslexic and struggled with it during his childhood, has become an artificial intelligence engineer. Now, he wants to assist children with dyslexia who face reading challenges. Together with Baptiste, they founded Glaaster and are collaborating with the Lyon Center for Neuroscience Research to develop a solution !
The Lyon Center for Neuroscience Research (CRNL) brings together the multidisciplinary expertise of 450 members to decode the organization of the central nervous system, cognitive functions, mental states, and associated brain disorders.
In an unprecedented move, some of CRNL’s top researchers are partnering with Glaaster to create the first artificial intelligence capable of improving the reading abilities of children with dyslexia and multiple learning disorders.
"My research work is related to the fields of Cognitive Psychology, Neuropsychology, Psycholinguistics, and Cognitive Neuroscience with a special interest in the area of language, learning, and neurodevelopmental disorders, primarily dyslexia. I strongly believe in the Glaaster project, with which I collaborate, because their approach is what I consider to be the right one."
"I am conducting research in cognitive neuroscience to understand the neurocognitive mechanisms of motor coordination disorder. I am extending this research theme around the contribution of cognitive sciences to inclusive education through scientifically based practices in the cognitive field. The use of AI and the combination of our expertise in neuroscience with Glaaster's in artificial intelligence are the key to a high-performance tool."