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Filtered's recommendation engine shortlisted for Learning Technologies Award 2019

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The Learning and Performance Institute have announced the six shortlisted finalists for the Learning Technologies Award 2019 among which is Filtered's intelligent learning recommendation engine.


On Tuesday 23rd October, the Learning and Performance Institute announced the final six companies shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Award.

The Learning Technology Award is presented to an enterprise that has carried out a learning project using either new or innovative learning technologies, or used learning technologies in a groundbreaking way. The company must demonstrate high-quality outcomes and innovation – in terms of both content, delivery and impact. Candidates must prove the project has made a demonstrable difference for the client and delivered a clear business impact over time.

Filtered entered its flagship offering, magpie, an intelligent learning recommendation engine. Developed entirely in-house, magpie comprises a configurable conversational learner interface (to understand the learner), tagging and clustering algorithms (to understand and organise learning content) and an adaptive, matching algorithm and patented feedback mechanism to match learners to relevant, impactful learning in a way that improves with usage through machine learning.

Since Filtered introduced this flagship product into the corporate learning market in 2017, it has received an unprecedented amount of interest from global L&D departments invested in increasing employee engagement with innovative technology and expert curation.

The winner will be announced at the Learning Awards taking place on Thursday 7th February 2019 at the Dorchester Hotel in London.