Podcast 144 - What emerging tech has potential for L&D?

There's a lot of buzz around technologies like AI, bots, virtual reality and voice recognition.

Written by Ross Dickie
Published 06 May 2019
Podcast 144 -  What emerging tech has potential for L&D?

But which of these has the most potential for learning and development? This week on the podcast, Ross Dickie and Peter Casebow are joined by writer and consultant John Helmer to discuss everything from chatbots to the 'digital sensorium'.


Show notes

The article Peter mentions, Tech's raid on the banks, can be found in The Economist.

To find out more about John's work, visit his website: johnhelmerconsulting.com.

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Ross Dickie

Ross Dickie

Online Instructional Designer
Ross has been working in L&D since 2015 and is a key member of the instructional design team at Emerald Works. Most of his time is dedicated to writing articles, scoping infographics and contributing to video projects.

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