The pandemic has brought considerable light to the problem of the "digital divide." Globally, there exists a large gap between those with reliable internet connectivity and those that don't.
[Interview @ Innolab Bilbao] ICARUS, a startup with origins in Greece and present in different countries in Europe and America, has developed an Open Source E-Learning Platform based on AI with the objective of empowering and individualizing learning through the use of technology.
Emerging trends that are boosting the global e-learning market include shifts towards mobile learning, microlearning, social learning, and shifts towards corporate-sponsored massive open online courses. The coronavirus pandemic has also driven demand for digital solutions. Over 1.2 million students are no longer attending brick-and-mortar schools to help slow down the highly contagious virus spread. Instead of traditional classrooms, educational institutions have turned to the digital classroom to facilitate learning.
In the digital age we are constantly bombarded with new technology and it can be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. And new innovations in Artificial Intelligence, particularly machine learning technology could revolutionize the way we market to each other.
AI analysts, researchers, and developers are also now working to integrate AI into E-Learning technology. AI-powered E-Learning can learn to apply logic to tasks through the data they collect from users.
For businesses and educational institutions, e-learning platforms can be helpful tools to train and educate employees and students. E-learning allows people to learn on their own time at their own pace, allowing them to learn in a way that works with their schedule. A learning management system (LMS) can help businesses and learning institutions manage and track learning outcomes and expectations.
With e-learning, we maximized the technological benefits. We have learning paths, videos, PowerPoints, forums, and we can apply them to students.
The rise of Artificial Intelligence has been the cause of great concern for many workers, as studies have predicted that AI technology could replace up to 14% of the global workforce by the year 2030. In addition, many technologists have warned of the impending “AI Apocalypse.”
The American population has been growing more diverse for some time now. For example, women have and will continue to represent a large swath of the educated working population. And the younger educated working population is increasingly made up of people of color. Yet, companies are struggling when it comes to hiring a workforce that reflects our changing populace. But the emergence of artificially intelligent technology has shown potential for creating a recruitment environment that fosters diversity in the applicant pool.
We are in an era of content overload. As we integrate the internet into more aspects of our lives, the desire to see our feeds reflecting those lives is apparent. Individuals are more likely to purchase from a brand if they feel connected to that brand personally.
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