Past Event | Chatbots for Workplace Learning | Rise & Learn Event
Join us at Huckletree on Thursday, 6 February from 8am to 9.15am for our latest Rise & Learn breakfast event on using chatbots in learning and development.
Chatbots for Workplace Learning
Organisations are pushing chatbot technology beyond customer service into other areas of the business including Human Resources and Learning & Development. Chatbots are surprisingly easy to develop and provide instant responses to users seeking information, resources or support. Implementing even basic chatbots can reduce costs and increase engagement – freeing up time for busy managers.
Find out more about how chatbots are transforming workplace learning by helping to:
- Learn anywhere, anytime
- Enable learning in the workflow
- Provide interactive personalised learning
- Automate course delivery including assessment, feedback and support
- Simplify onboarding processes
- Identify learning gaps and predict learner’s needs
Our speaker Conor Kostick is the CMO of SnatchBot, a multinational chatbot building platform. He is also founder of the Irish start-up Chatbot Creations and editor of thechatbot.net. After Conor’s 30-minute talk, he will be joined by a panel to discuss opportunities and experiences of using chatbots in learning.
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