SMNX102 3 Ways AI-Generated Content Will Change the eLearning Industry
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, October 23
Expo Hall: Management Xchange Stage
The day-to-day problems concerned with creating eLearning courses are all too familiar for those in the industry. While authoring and LMS tools have improved significantly, it is still very difficult to scale video production. The advent of AI-driven tools for video and audio generation will allow companies to deliver better and more customized learning material at a much faster pace.
In this session you will learn how recent advancements in AI-driven content creation will impact the learning industry. The session will focus on how using AI to generate video and audio will significantly accelerate the content creation process and enable global, personalized, and interactive learning experiences. The session is focused on what is applicable today and will explore three problems present in the learning industry today: scaling production, personalizing the learning experience, and translating video content.
Today, creating large volumes of content for courses is a pain, as learning professionals must deal with location/studio problems, reshoots, scheduling issues, and the constant back and forth between clients. Learners today are used to personalized experiences. Standing out in the deluge of content they consume on a daily basis requires tailored communication; customers don’t want a generic, one-size-fits-all approach. Learning courses can be difficult to localize, which brings its own audience limitations. Language barriers, along with the sheer amount of content that needs creating, make it difficult and time-consuming to create great content.
Photoshop changed the image editing industry. A similar advancement awaits the video editing sector as it becomes easier to edit, translate, and even generate entirely new video in a similar manner as we do with photos today.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to utilize AI face mapping technology to translate video content without compromising on quality
- How photorealistic AI video avatars can enable on-demand learning without a full production team
- How to increase learner engagement rates through the use of AI
- How to localize video content and reach global audiences without impacting the bottom line
- How virtual presenters and coaches will enable much more interactive and engaging experiences
- How AI-generated video, audio, and text will enable new opportunities in the learning sector
Managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
Synthesia ENACT, Virtual Presenter
Victor Riparbelli is the CEO and co-founder of award-winning AI startup Synthesia. He began his entrepreneurial career in his late teens and has been part of building several successful technology ventures. With an academic background in business and computer science from ITU and Stanford University, he is passionate about connecting the dots between emerging technologies and business needs. He was recently named one of the Top 30 Top Tech Innovators 2019 by the Financial Times and one of the world's Top 50 Innovators 2019 by Codex.