Adaptive learning – perfectly tailored to the individual

Department store suits are all right but those that are tailored directly on the person who will be wearing them are ten times better. Of course, getting a suit done at a tailor’s means several visits, many measurements and a lot more decisions (involving the materials, the shape, the buttons, the length of the trousers, and so on) on the part of the customer and the craftsman. The end result, however, will most definitely be worth it.

Mass production may have done wonders for economic growth and cost efficiency but unique (often hand crafted) items will always be infinitely more valuable and sought after. This is mainly because individuals themselves are unique and like to celebrate that in the objects and experiences they have.

Adaptive learning – an individual-focused endeavor

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