• Nov 14, 2017

Alelo’s CEO Lewis Johnson Speaks at Stanford Symposium on AI-Based Ecosystems for Learning

Alelo’s CEO and co-founder Dr. Lewis Johnson spoke this week at Stanford University’s mediaX symposium on Innovation Ecosystems for AI-Based Education, Training, and Learning. Dr. Johnson offered insights on the topic of cloud-based cognitive services and their role in accelerating the development of AI-based learning products and digital ecosystems.

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  • Oct 31, 2017

Learning from Learner Data

Alelo’s Enskill platform is designed to support the development and improvement of learning content using machine learning. Enskill continually collects data from learners around the world, which make possible an innovative data-driven approach to the development of learning products.

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  • Oct 11, 2017

Alelo and Laureate Education Deliver English Learning Solutions Worldwide

Alelo and Laureate Education are now providing simulation-based learning modules to institutions throughout Laureate’s worldwide network, for use in their English programs. Students in Laureate’s seventy institutions in twenty-five countries are using the simulations to learn and practice spoken English by having realistic conversations with artificially intelligent interactive characters.

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  • Sep 22, 2016

Alelo Selected for Military Training Technology’s 2016 Top Simulation & Training Companies List

Alelo has been selected for Military Training Technology’s 2016 Top Simulation & Training Companies list. Companies featured on the list for 2016 are from around the world and have made significant impacts on the military training and simulation industries across a vast array of technologies. These companies’ products allow U.S. airmen, Marines, sailors, soldiers and Coast Guardsmen to train and rehearse for missions in theater, or to prepare for deployment at home station. Each year the number of submissions has grown and it has become increasingly difficult for companies to make the list.

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  • Aug 16, 2016

Alelo Launches the Enskill™ Digital Learning Environment

Alelo announced today its Enskill Digital Learning Environment, a system designed to deliver highly effective, economic learning solutions to close the skills gap faced by today’s workers who need both technical and interpersonal skills to thrive while automation increasingly eliminates routine jobs.

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  • Aug 10, 2016

Alelo and Laureate International Universities to Co-develop Innovative Solutions for Learning Spoken English

Alelo Inc. (Los Angeles) and Laureate International Universities (Baltimore) have signed an agreement to co-develop computer-based modules for learning and assessing spoken English skills based on Alelo’s virtual role-play technology and methods. The modules will be initially integrated into Laureate’s online English-learning courses offered to its 50,000 lower-level students in Latin America.

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  • Jul 26, 2016

US Air Force Recognizes Alelo VCAT Courses As An SBIR Success Story

The U.S. Air Force recently recognized Alelo’s Virtual Cultural Awareness Trainers (VCATs) as a success story funded by its Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program, and produced a video showcasing the success. The SBIR program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal research and development that has the potential for commercialization.

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  • Jul 07, 2016

Alelo And Aptima Announced $3M Government Investment In Adaptive Language Learning Technology

The Office of the Secretary of Defense funded Alelo and Aptima to develop ALLEARN, an adaptive learning architecture that helps people learn foreign languages more rapidly and develop higher levels of proficiency. ALLEARN exploits advances in artificial intelligence to create rich interactive learning experiences that are optimized for each learner. Below is our interview with Dr. W. Lewis Johnson, President and CEO of Alelo.

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  • Jun 15, 2016

Alelo and Aptima Team to Develop Adaptive Language Learning Technology

Recognizing the unmet need for effective, relatively inexpensive foreign-language learning, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded a $3 million contract to Aptima Inc. and Alelo Inc. to develop ALLEARN, a system to accelerate foreign-language learning using artificial intelligence technologies.

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