For L&D admins, AI will help you not only create better learning experiences, but also alleviate the majority of tasks that take up too much of your time.
Gmail™ uses a tool called ‘Nudging’ to remind you to follow up or respond to messages that are older than two or three days, making sure you don’t fall behind on important communications.
Artificial Intelligence is being used to learn traffic patterns in urban areas to tell you where it might be easiest to find a place to park your vehicle.
Many banks are now offering customers a way to deposit cheques through their mobile apps by using Artificial Intelligence algorithms that decipher and convert handwriting on cheques into text via optical character recognition (OCR).
As you can see, we’re not talking about the death-to-all-humanity, terminator-style robots. Developments in the field of AI are producing positive advancements and there is still progress to be made.
For Learning and Development (L&D) admins, AI will help you not only create better learning experiences, but also alleviate the majority of those menial and irritating administrative tasks that likely take up too much of your time.
Artificial Intelligence – A quick explanation
Artificial Intelligence computer systems are able to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence by using algorithms to complete various tasks, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making and translations between languages. In the context of enterprise learning, AI has the incredible potential to amplify technology to make data-driven analysis and decisions (faster), emphasize areas of improvement for individual learners and create immersive learning experiences – not just lessons.
Focus on tasks of value by eliminating your L&D admin pain points
A significant portion of an Learning and Development professional’s time is spent at their desk, designing course catalogues for their learners, but this is a function that could be sufficiently mitigated by AI.
It’s possible because, by applying the right metadata, the machine could develop and provide course catalogues to specific users based on roles and habits, via recommendation engines.
Offloading these tasks to Artificial Intelligence would afford Learning and Development leaders a lot more time to focus on what’s truly important to the overall success of the learning programs: the content!
Further, it provides them the face time necessary with executives to develop fresher learning strategies that better align with their organization’s overall corporate strategy and gives L&D leaders a way to validate ROI in the investment of new and shiny learning technologies.
Docebo is excited to partner with TrainingZone to discuss how AI will solve e-learning admin pain points.
Our webinar will explain how AI will truly transform enterprise learning, particularly in the way L&D administrators develop and design their programs to create more captivating experiences for their learners.
Other insights will include:
- The value of familiarizing yourself with AI to help improve your workflow and focus on delivering true and measurable value to your learning programs.
- How AI analyzes all learning content, identifying keywords and creating tags automatically, making it easier for learners to discover content that is more relevant to their interests and professional development.
- How AI can develop an understanding of what learning content to suggest to users, based on similar assets they’ve already engaged with.