Amira Learning's award-winning app brings literacy to life for younger learners Education, like many sectors across the globe, has found an increasing need to develop technologies that support a new'normal' following the initial and transformational impacts of Covid-19 on teaching and learning. Many learning challenges for students remain the same even if the landscape has fundamentally changed from traditional brick-and-mortar schools to digital classrooms and e-learning experiences. The time, for EdTech, to answer has come faster than the sector might have previously forecasted and all eyes are on the results of technology investments that are outpacing years prior. While advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) have saturated our digital experiences and impacted consumer behaviors, there is still a struggle to see tangible AI applications in the day-to-day of teaching and learning. Maybe that horizon is closer than previously expected.