1007 AI: What You Need to Know, and How It Might Impact Your Training Strategy
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM ET
Thursday, December 7
Learning and training leaders find themselves increasingly coming across AI tools—the technology as well as the terminology. It is therefore more important than ever to have a basic grasp of what different types of AI there are and how they work, as well as a basic understanding of the terminology that goes with AI tools and technologies. This knowledge will allow you to explore and choose the right tools for your organization’s learning and training strategy and inform your roadmap decisions. It will further allow you to discuss—and challenge—technologies and vendors more confidently.
In this session, we will explore the types of AI and the most important techniques being deployed today. For each technique, we will also explore where it can be deployed and why—a journey that will uncover each technique’s respective strengths and weaknesses.
In this session, you will learn:
- How we ‘define’ AI, and the general types of AI
- What the most common AI techniques and models are and how these models can be deployed for learning and training
- The strengths and weaknesses of different AI techniques
- The basics required to discuss, and challenge, suppliers and vendors, confidently, in order to find the right tools for your training strategy
Endeavor Intelligence Insights
Recognized as a Fellow of the Learning Performance Institute (LPI) and affiliated with organizations such as the Forbes Technology Council, the HBR Advisory Council, and the Learning Development Accelerator (LDA), Markus Bernhardt is a recognized authority, author, panelist, and speaker in the global learning and HR community.
Recently serving as chief evangelist at OBRIZUM on the vendor side, Markus has been at the forefront of combining cognitive science with digital learning transformation and AI. Prior, Markus held the CEO position at two education institutions in the UK, backed by an extensive leadership background serving in executive and non-executive board roles.