Implementing AI into eLearning

In the modern times, everything is changing so rapidly that it becomes easier to overlook how much we have advanced. Although we may not have witnessed flying cars or robotic educators yet, we are on the pathway to some very thrilling and histrionic advances across all industries. Being one of the major drivers of evolution, it is no wonder that learning –and education on the whole– has been a center of technical developments.

 

Today, eLearning is not a novel idea. However, its acceptance among people is still snowballing, particularly as technology becomes more reasonably priced. This is why companies today utilize an online training software to train their new and old employees.

 

One of the biggest obstruction for eLearning is the price of designing and developing learning material. Chapman Alliance conducted a survey that revealed that developing one hour of eLearning material can require anything from 49 to 125 hours. Contrarily, instructor-led training (ILT)consumes only 22 to 82 hours for an hour long content. Therefore, it is evident how the expenses stack up when switching from ILT to eLearning.

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