The case for using (some) Machine Learning and AI in online training

Technological advancements come with both overall progress and fear of change. From the Luddites to the current factory workers fearing for their jobs, people have always been reluctant to technical innovations that have replaced the human workforce.

The Luddites became famous for having destroyed textile machinery as a form of protest in the 19th century. Believe it or not, in the 1750s the first umbrella user in London had a hard time with coach drivers who feared that such an invention might make them obsolete on rainy days.

Nonetheless, technology and innovation have brought progress to mankind and made peoples’ lives significantly better, longer and healthier.

The steam engine in the late 18th century, electricity in the 19th century and computing in the 20th century were the most significant technological advancements of their era and changed peoples’ lives like nothing else before.

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