Quazel is a conversational language learning tool that helps people learn a language simply by talking. In unscripted and dynamic conversation users can say whatever they like into the microphone and the AI responds and carries on the conversation. Just like with a real tutor, you get corrections and explanations for any potential mistakes you might make. Try it: chat.quazel.com
Philipp has a deep technical background from his Computer Science undergraduate degree from ETH Zurich and his graduate research experience on NLP at UC Berkeley. Wanting to learn Greek, he took 1-1 tutoring lessons and noticed how tailoring a session based completely on the student's interest and need can drastically accelerate learning as well as be more engaging.
Co-founder of Quazel and master graduate in general management at HSG with a great interest for understanding markets and people. I am driven by making a meaningful business into a growth case and revolutionizing language learning through AI.
Co-Founder at Quazel and enthusiastic to revolutionize language learning through NLP. Currently finishing a graduate degree in Computer Science at ETH Zurich with specialization in data science and explainable AI.
Conversational language practice by talking to AI
It's a language learner chatbot app that teaches people conversational fluency in a foreign language. In dynamic and unscripted conversations with an LLM-based AI users can practice their language skills. Learners record themselves saying something and the AI responds in turn, just like in a conversation with a human.
With the scene builder, learners can customize what they want to talk about by filling in the blanks: "I want to talk about CHESS with A GRAND MASTER in A HOTEL LOBBY while roleplaying A NOVICE CHESSPLAYER". Thus learners can exactly tailor the scene to their desires.
We also offer predefined scenes which focus on different areas of vocabulary useful to learners (e.g. getting to know someone, public transportation, etc). Additionally, in every scene, users can analyze the grammar of their responses or use hints to help them out when they get stuck.
Obviously, there is more to it but it's easiest if you just try our beta yourself at talk.quazel.com