Through Machine Learning, Students Calculate How Stress and Sociability Take Toll on GPAs

Through Machine Learning, Students Calculate How Stress and Sociability Take Toll on GPAs
technology

StudentLife quantifies the daily and weekly impact of workload on factors like mood, sociability and academic performance

Teo Armus
  • 6 july 2015

If a group of Dartmouth students has their way, you’ll be able to know someone’s GPA simply by looking at their phone. StudentLife, an Android app they designed, can estimate a grade point average within nearly one-fifth of a point by measuring factors like how often you exercise or when you go to sleep.

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