In the age of algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI), the number of adaptive and personalised learning education products vying for educators’ attention and funds is immense. Using the latest advances in machine learning, big data and learning analytics, adaptive and personalised learning products can process a range of data, (educational, psychometric and social media), to map individuals quantitatively, compare them globally and generate recommendations for their learning potential and pathways. These techniques are being translated into impressive learning gains in the context of standardised curricula.
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