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Filtered to reveal new recommendation engine for L&D professionals at Learning Live

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Filtered will be unveiling their new product globalfilter for L&D at this year’s Learning Live conference taking place in London on 6-7 September.

Following the release of their newest product globalfilter in January, Filtered are now gearing up to unveil the latest instance of their learning recommendation engine. This new technology consists of a conversational UI (chatbot), 125 human-curated learning assets, and a recommendation system to prioritise and personalize it all.

Curated learning recommendations powered by AI

On Day 2 of the conference, Chris Littlewood, Chief Scientific Officer at Filtered, will deliver a session highlighting how the company has utilised artificial intelligence to power curated learning recommendations. In this session attendees will learn:

  • How to unlock the potential of existing training content through personalization

  • How algorithms can boost the efficacy of manual curation

  • How globalfilter can help L&D professionals become more productive employees.

Learning Live attendees will be able to gain exclusive access to the platform prior to the general release date on the 20th September. More information is available: about globalfilter for L&D professionals.

What will learning look like in 10 years’ time?

The CEO of Filtered, Marc Zao-Sanders, will also be taking part in a panel discussion entitled ‘Imaging Learning in 10 years’ time’. Fellow panelists include Ron Edwards, Managing Director at Serious Games International, and Paul Westlake, Solutions Consultant at Kineo.

Together they will draw on lessons from the past to predict the future of learning. Some of the questions to be examined on the day are:

  • Who will be the biggest players in 10 years’ time?
  • Which technologies will have become obsolete?

More information about Filtered’s learning solutions is available by registering to be notified when the new globalfilter for L&D is launched.