Author Fabrizio Cardinali

Fabrizio Cardinali is one of the EU's leading technology enhanced learning solutions entrepreneurs and interoperability standards experts. After helping to start, position and sell several learning technologies companies world wide (e.g. Giunti Labs, eXact Learning NA in the US and Harvestroad Hive in Australia), Fabrizio is today CEO of Skillaware (www.skillaware.com) a new generation Performance Support & Learning Analytics solution for workforce training and engagement during the roll out of new software platforms and procedures. The Skillaware innovative design is natively based on open standards interoperability such as XAPI, DITA and BPMN. Fabrizio leads the Work Package 5 of the LACE project, dedicated to the promotion and awareness of the use of learning analytics solutions and standards in workplace learning and performance support scenarios.

In this post LACE workplace learning technologies expert and start-upper, Fabrizio Cardinali, takes a look at the revamped interest on Artificial Intelligence, and how new trends such as Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation and Cognitive Technologies are emerginging which might bring together a greater world to work and learn within, but perhaps with far less (human) workers than  smart machines around. A great Disneyland for all of us…but perhaps a Disneyland without Children left to amuse. On May 5th 2016, TIME magazine[1] summarized the views of the world’s smartest people about the revamped interest in Artificial Intelligence, AI, a controversial topic which for…