• Apr 07, 2019

A Shared Scientific Infrastructure to do Randomized Controlled Trials and Longitudinal Studies

By Neil Heffernan, Worcester Polytechnic University Shared scientific instruments help address big challenges in research. The Hubble Space Telescope has helped hundreds of astronomers do studies that none of them could have done if they had to also build the instrument they use. Physicists benefit from shared particle accelerators that are expensive to build and…

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  • Aug 16, 2018

Case Study: Evaluation of Enskill® English at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Alelo, in collaboration with the Faculty of Technical Sciences of the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, conducted an evaluation of Alelo Enskill® English with students in the University’s English for information technology purposes (EIT) program. This was the first major test of the new version of Alelo’s AI-driven Enskill platform, which utilizes statistical natural language processing and machine learning to engage in realistic spoken dialogues with English language learners.

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  • Aug 14, 2018

Case Study: Alelo’s Learning Products Save Lives in Iraq and Afghanistan

Dan Wilson used to be a US Army officer, retiring as a lieutenant colonel in 2013. Back in 2005, when Alelo was just getting started, he was preparing for an assignment in Iraq as a MiTT (Military Training Team) commander in 2006-2007. The mission of MiTT teams was to advise and train Iraqi security and police forces. Late in 2005, he came across a new training product called Tactical Iraqi.

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