Date: June 14, 2015
- Japanese edtech startup Arcterus today announced that is has raised JPY 130 million (approximately US$1 million) from Dentsu Digital Holdings, Startia, and Bon Angels.
- Getting into a respected high school, university, or career is also largely based on a student’s performance on rigorous entrance exams.
- Goichiro Arai, Arcterus’ founder and CEO, tells Tech in Asia that the startup is investing in optical character recognition (OCR) technology that will automate that process.
- The startup’s main offering, Clear, allows users to view, share, and rate notebooks.
- Students simply snap a photo of their own class notes, add stickers and highlights, and upload it for the community.
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