Algorithms, artificial intelligence and other technologies related to the fourth industrial revolution, are not intending to produce a Lamborghini equivalent.
Zero harm and higher productivity. These are the core objectives when it comes to Health and Safety training and with the inclusion of technology-assisted learning, the future of risk reports and profit margins could look much brighter.
The creation of this synergy starts with analysing the content and the desired learning outcomes. What do you want your learners to learn and how would this best be put into a game?
A strong brand is more than just a public face for your business. It’s something that employees buy into. A strong brand leads to higher engagement levels from employees and according to a study by Gallup, engagement leads to performance.
Companies that focused on high-impact learning delivered profit growth three times greater than their competitors. A powerful statement made in a recent research paper by Bersin.
As a new global industry of algorithmic decision-making software starts growing, it’s important to be able to highlight its pitfalls, not only in sensitive moments of human-machine interaction with overt outputs, but in subtle behind-the-scenes outputs as well.
Mobile technology is growing and evolving at an overwhelming pace. The amount of computational power available in your pocket at this very moment is more than what the Apollo 11 spacecraft had onboard in the late 1960’s.
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