Vuzix to offer AR smart glasses with Alexa integration

Digital Bodies: Augmented Reality and Voice Assistant platforms seem like a natural fit. So it comes as no surprise that Vuzix has announced AR Smart Glasses […]

RPP #160: Lovoco - Interview with Calvin Shum

Interview with Calvin Shum, CEO of Lovoco. Lovoco offers accessibility, communication, and educational solutions with proprietary speech and translation AI resulting in instantaneous bilingual subtitling. […]

AI: Improving Workflow Through Worker Behaviors

The last paragraph of this article by Gigaom offers good advice about AI: look for solution providers that are using AI to help improve workflows […]

Thinking of implementing AI technologies?

Here’s a great (kinda wonky) article by Ben Lorica on O’Reilly’s “On Our Radar.” Ben shares slides from a recent presentation, offering an overview of […]

The shift in how software and hardware is being built

I was pulled into this article when I read “a gigantic shift in computing is about to dawn upon us.” The gist – the US […]

The Future of AI for Learning by Lauralee Sheehan

Today’s post comes from Lauralee Sheehan of Learnography, reflecting on her experiences at DevLearn this year. I don’t know if it’s because I recently saw Bladerunner 2049, […]

Five Takeaways from the Latest Getting Smart Report on AI

Compared to other industries where advanced deep learning algorithms operate to perform numerous tasks, education has yet to implement AI to the same degree. There […]

Using Artificial Intelligence in a Captivate Project

On a recent project, we needed to develop a customer service eLearning course that could act as a live customer, i.e. accept natural language statements, […]

RPP #159: AEFIS - Interview with Mustafa Sualp

Interview with Mustafa Sualp, CEO and Founder, AEFIS, LLC. AEFIS is an integrated assessment management platform. We discuss the range of management tools, such as Syllabus […]

Any computer that can be replaced by a teacher, should be: A Response

“Teachers won’t be replaced by computers because it is nigh on impossible to describe...

Augmented Intelligence, Not Artificial Intelligence: E-learning’s Game-Changer

Artificial intelligence is a term that comes with a lot of baggage, thanks to popular culture. From Asimov to Westworld, machines that act and think […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 11/13/17

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: The current state of machine learning and AI A unique look at the microlearning trend The affect […]

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