“WaitSuite is embedded directly into your existing tasks, so that you can easily learn without leaving what you were already doing,” MIT PhD student and project leader Carrie Cai said in an MIT News release.
WaitSuite’s IM-centric app “WaitChatter” showed users learned about four new words per day, which equated to 57 words over the two-week testing period. The apps won’t teach you how to speak the language — at least not yet — but they can hone your vocab skills.
In the future, Cai said the team hopes to experiment with other types of knowledge skills like math, medical terms, or even legal terms and definitions, and expand accessibility to include audio cues.
You can check out wait-learning yourself via the WaitChatter Chrome extension for Gchat.
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