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AI for L&D – the practicalities beyond the hype

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At the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum Egle Vinauskaite and Donald H Taylor discuss AI in learning and development and how practitioners are finding ways to boost productivity and push boundaries.


It’s still the hot topic that everyone’s talking about – but things have moved on from the Artificial Intelligence fever of earlier in the year. L&D professionals know there’s more to AI than simple prompting, are putting ChatGPT and other tools to use, and are exploring innovative ways to boost productivity and push their boundaries with AI.

In this interactive opening session for day 2, award-winning learning innovator Egle Vinauskaite takes us through recent developments in AI, and the practical ways in which it is already helping L&D. What are its possibilities, its limits, and where should we be cautious?

"AI for L&D – the practicalities beyond the hype" takes place at the LTAF 2023 online event on Thursday, October 19, 2023 10:00 AM to 11:00.

The Learning Technologies Autumn Forum takes place online on 17, 19, 24 and 26 October. The full conference programme is available from the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum website.


Egle Vinauskaite
Learning Strategist

Egle Vinauskaite is an award-winning learning innovator and strategist advising blue chip companies, vendors and some of the most exciting edtech startups around. Combining evidence-based learning design, behavioural science and product development expertise, she specialises in using the latest technologies and approaches for digital and blended learning at and outside of work. Her work spans large-scale programmes, academies, alt education, apps, XR and beyond.

Donald H Taylor
Chair, Learning Technologies

Donald H Taylor has worked in learning and technology since the mid-1980s. He has chaired the Learning Technologies Conference in London since 2000 and writes and speaks world-wide. His annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey, started in 2014, provides a unique perspective on L&D trends from over 100 countries. From 2010 to 2021, he chaired the Learning and Performance Institute.