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5 Reasons corporate content curation is getting difficult

May 13, 2019 3:56:00 PM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Blog, AI curation, NLU, content management, ondemand course, AI content curation

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1) From Youtube, Instagram along with enterprise collaboration tools, we’ve spent the last decade seeing the rise of authoring tools that require less time and skill to create content for teams to learn their jobs.

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Employees have no time to learn new skills. AI to the rescue?

Apr 24, 2019 2:22:00 PM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Blog, NLP, AI curation, NLU

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Today in the learning industry and when augmenting our workforce, we talk a lot about building “engaging” content or over the last years in the learning industry developing “bite” size and micro learning because as we all know, regardless of industry few of us have time to learn the skills we need to do our jobs. Micro learning in the form of individual documents, SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) or videos had become a favorite approach because making any job skills content more granular with an easier path to update was definitely an advantage. It’s been mentioned that the millennial generation was the main driver to this trend but all industries and employee age ranges are having this experience. The issue all employees face is they have as little as 24 minutes a week or 1% of their typical workweek available to learn new skills or the skills they need.

 

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5 Reasons why AI will soon curate all your workplace learning content

Jan 31, 2019 3:53:23 PM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Knowledge Management, AI, Blog, AI curation, augmented workforce, best wiki software, corporate intranet, sales enablement best practices

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AI curation rules

 

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a lot of end of year blog predictions on existing problems to be solved in workplace learning for the coming year. Almost without exception these posts bring in AI as the "deus ex machina"; or as defined from Merriam-Webster: "as a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem in a story is suddenly and abruptly resolved by an unexpected and seemingly unlikely occurrence, typically so much as to seem contrived." So HOW will AI in practice solve our workplace learning issues? This week’s post focuses on one of the bigger struggles; learning content curation. Here are the five specific reasons AI will soon curate all our workplace learning content:

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