Accounting students now have access to the same kind of artificial intelligence-based tutoring software that math and chemistry students have had for years--and science teachers-in-training soon could benefit from the technology as well.

Quantum Tutors, which was created in 1998 to help high school and college students with chemistry, now offers help for students in college-level accounting as well as math. The company recently partnered with McGraw-Hill Higher Education to offer Quantum Tutors for the Accounting Cycle. The software covers topics such as transaction analysis, adjusting entries, and financial statement preparation and is correlated with McGraw-Hill textbooks.

"McGraw-Hill is the first and...

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