No matter how good a technology is, it still has to have the right capabilities to solve your problem. If you need a hammer to hang a picture and I hand you sledgehammer, you’ll find a rock to use instead. AI is no different.
Generative AI “hallucinations” aren’t going away. That’s OK. If we understand their limitations rather than just labeling them with hysterical language, we can gain tremendous benefits from them while protecting ourselves from the consequences of their limitations.
Many LMSs claim to support “competencies,” “skill paths,” “mastery,” and so on. But a true CBE learning platform requires a few architectural features. This paper helps you separate the wheat from the chaff.
AI training can help knowledge workers become more productive. Or less. Educators need to take this challenge seriously now, both for their students and themselves.
Here’s a ChatGPT script you can run and modify yourself to experiment with the ALDA concept.
Using the ALDA AI project to capture real-time competencies as they emerge on the job.