Artificial Intelligence for Learning: How to use AI to Support Employee Development

 Excellent introduction and broad overview for me

From Amazon

Artificial intelligence is creating huge opportunities for workplace learning and employee development. However, it can be difficult for L&D professionals to assess what difference AI can make in their organization and where it is best implemented. Artificial Intelligence for Learning is the practical guide L&D practitioners need to understand what AI is and how to use it to improve all aspects of learning in the workplace. It includes specific guidance on how AI can provide content curation and personalization to improve learner engagement, how it can be implemented to improve the efficiency of evaluation, assessment and reporting and how chatbots can provide learner support to a global workforce.

Artificial Intelligence for Learning debunks the myths and cuts through the hype around AI allowing L&D practitioners to feel confident in their ability to critically assess where artificial intelligence can make a measurable difference and where it is worth investing in. There is also critical discussion of how AI is an aid to learning and development, not a replacement as well as how it can be used to boost the effectiveness of workplace learning, reduce drop off rates in online learning and improve ROI. With real-world examples from companies who have effectively implemented AI and seen the benefits as well as case studies from organizations including Netflix, British Airways and the NHS, this book is essential reading for all L&D practitioners needing to understand AI and what it means in practice.

My Amazon Review

I kept thinking of my 12 year old grandson as I read this, knowing that it would be appropriate yet untimely for him to read this now.

And to those of us in Training and Development/Learning and Development as I have been since 1979, it is simply an imperative that we prepare ourselves and our stakeholders for the near, mid and long term possibilities and challenges. This is our “heads up.”

I highly recommend this.

See more about this book on Amazon – here.

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