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Enio Omae

Enio Omae

Senior Vice President, EF Education First

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16 January


Chief Technology and Experience Officer, EF Education First

Since 2004, Chief Experience Officer, EF Education First

1998 - 2004 - Vice-President for Product Development, UNext, Inc

1992 - 1997 - Apple Computer, Chief Developer, Apple Computers

Dr. Enio Ohmaye is a world famous scientist in educational technologies. Dr. Ohmaye focuses on research and development in artificial intelligence, learning technologies and cognition.

Since 1994, he began EF cooperation in view of development of EF Englishtown.

Since 2004, he has been the head of the Innovation and Technology Department, EF Education First, including the world’s largest subdivision for development of educational programs. He is founder of EF Online School, unrivaled throughout the world. EF Online School makes it possible to boost the level of English proficiency among millions of students and corporate customers throughout the world within a short time. You can join online sessions with a teacher in a mini-group or individually every hour. More than a thousand and a half interactive exercises, speech recognition system, continuous progress analysis, transparent performance evaluation and other innovative components of the school make it possible to study the language several times faster than other programs.

Previously, Dr. Ohmaye was chief developer at Apple Computers. He is author and patent holder of several multimedia solutions by Apple. He also developed first education software applications at ILS research institute dealing with educational issues, and holds patents for a series of education online technologies at UNext.

Dr. Enio Ohmaye has a PhD for his research and development at Yale University (USA) and Northwest University (USA), the subject of his thesis is: Artificial Intelligence and Educational Technologies. He has a Master’s degree from the George Washington University (GW) in computer technologies and a degree in business administration from the University of São Paulo (Brazil).