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6 Things I have learnt as an Apprentice

Have you at any point, been lost in the midst of it all. Education, school, college or university?

S P A C E D R E P E T I T I O N

“Repetition is the Mother of Learning and the Father of Action, which makes it the architect of Accomplishment” — Zig Ziglar

The Case for Chatbots in Corporate Learning

Raise your hand if you love corporate training

More than skills

      It's never just one thing. It's always more complicated than that. Productivity’s too low, especially in the UK. Skills levels could be […]

Patiently pending

  We recently got the good news that the US Patent Office will accept our application for a patent protecting our Filtering algorithm. As it […]

globalfilter™ for L&D professionals

Next month, we’ll be releasing a technology hosting a small library of resources exclusively for L&D (and HR) professionals. It’s an online recommender system of […]

Language processing, AI, and L&D

Redundancy in language I don't know if you tried to read the image at the top of this article - if not, give it a […]

Unsupported L&D, unsupported browsers

Fig.1: Desktop Browser Version (Partially Combined) Worldwide Market Share   Our users From a quick analysis done of our traffic over the past year (May 2016 […]

LinkedIn is 92% boring

LinkedIn’s feed is boring and could be improved by toning down promos and likes, and introducing an easy model (User-System-Content) for evaluating recommender systems in […]

Productivity, skills and intelligent learning recommendations

tl;dr The system supporting skills and careers development is inept and that costs the world trillions. But the future for learning is bright: higher quality, […]

Anatomy of a good recommendation

We’re working on how to personalise training to optimise productivity. In one strand of that project we are trying to understand the characteristics that make […]

The real problem with learning technologies? "The learner”

The most attention I’ve ever received on LinkedIn was not because of a post I had written, but because of a post written about me. […]

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