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Moaz Khan

June 20, 2018

This Father's Day, you could buy yet another boring tie, mundane cufflinks or calorie laden chocolates, or you could pep up papa's summer with an online subscription to life-long learning, guaranteed not to be found hidden at the bottom of the cupboard.

Sue Brett

March 19, 2017


Sitting next to a Gen Xer on their phone versus a Gen Zer on their phone is not just chat that is streets apart; it's another planet. We are talking grammatically correct sentences with the odd "u" or "K" versus strings of emojis...Gen Y sit in between with abbreviations and emoji combo. Get ready for a different type of language learning.

Gen Z leads when it comes to usage of YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Tumblr, Kik, Periscope and Tinder, and 92% of them have a digital footprint.

Gen Z is about to enter the workplace - so how is your emoji? 


Sue Brett

February 28, 2017


What is concierge learning? When I talk to our clients about 'concierge content' across platforms, I'm not talking about courses for concierge staff in hotels, but for sure the overall concept is the same. Recommendations based on a personalized, conversational experience.

Hotels deliver this through knowledgeable staff that also double as tour guides, whereas for edTech, it’s all about user experience through smart search, xAPI and bot capabilities.


Govind

February 22, 2017

As a working adult, it is not easy to find time to spare. Yet there will be instances when one would have the urge to pick up a new language or learn a musical instrument or simply build up the skills section in the resume.

Learning at a physical institution can be difficult for those who have a full-time job and additional responsibilities at home. Despite being tailored for working adults, one could find these classes to be quite restrictive.

Govind

January 4, 2017


Technology has never been so powerful. With the advancement of technology, humans are spending more money and resources into developing intelligent systems that can replace humans without losing the human touch. From language learning to smart homes, bots are a part of our life and their presence is only going to increase in the coming years.

Here’s a rundown on everything bot related.

Ginika

December 20, 2016


Bots are taking over the world. That sounds like the theme of a sci-fi flick but that’s the reality of the world today. Companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft are pouring their energies into developing chat bots that can interact intelligently with people because people spend much more time on messaging apps than on websites or social networks.

Find out why...

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