Peer-to-peer (P2P) social learning platform   has raised $30 million in a round of funding led by South African internet and media giant Naspers, with participation from Runa Capital and Manta Ray.

Founded out of Kraków, Poland in 2009, Brainly targets students in middle school and high school, inviting them to connect with each other outside the classroom to collaborate and ask questions across a range of topics, including subjects such as science, math, and history.

Above: Brainly

Brainly offers three tiers of moderation — the first is algorithm-based, and the company said it is capable of automatically checking all answers before they’re even posted. This is how Brainly scales its platform, but the algorithm is not 100% reliable, which is why the second

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