What is AI?
AI is everywhere, but it is also more extensive and ubiquitous in our lives than some people may realize. So, we figured kicking off this topic with a quick definition of what we are here to talk about won’t hurt. AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages (Oxford Dictionary).
AI truly drives a lot of our daily tech. For example, Google uses AI to return search results and Siri uses AI to send your texts. And, as is top of mind now, it powers robust systems like Chat GPT which can produce a detailed analysis of snails with stunning accuracy. We constantly see AI across learning technology, and it is becoming more present by the day.
With AI in the spotlight, we have lots of AI & Learning specific resources for you to explore:
- Join us for our AI in Learning Summit. This on-demand summit was created to help you understand how AI is already changing education and what you need to do to prepare for the future. Join AI experts to explore various topics, including ethics, use cases, transparency, and more.
- Join our Open LMS Academy Course The ChatGPT Approach: AI-Enabled L&D Strategies for Success, beginning on June 7th.
- Watch our Global Accessibility Day session exploring how to use AI to help you achieve your accessibility goals and why this matters for you and your organization. Watch it live on May 18th or view the recording.
- Watch Michael Vaughn’s session with LPI on The Rise of AI and ChatGPT and explore resources in our free Open LMS Academy resource course.
Let’s dive into AI together!
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