Students at the Council on International Educational Exchange in Shanghai are trying out special software.
They’re taking the world’s first fully-automated spoken Chinese Test. It questions, evaluates, and scores without ever involving a human assessor.
The test and technology were created in collaboration with Peking University and the Silicon Valley company Pearson, located in Menlo Park, California.
Pearson says with around 50 million people are now learning Chinese globally. Its software seeks to help international companies and higher education institutions assess Chinese language skill faster and more accurately.