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26 March 2018
Immersive Simulations: A Game Changer for Language Learning

One of the best ways to learn a language is to practice with native speakers. Research shows that immersion is more effective than conventional classroom instruction for developing proficiency. Yet many people around the world get few opportunities to practice with native speakers.

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19 December 2017
Laureate and Alelo Expand their Suite of English Language Simulations

Laureate International Universities has contracted with Alelo to expand its suite of English language learning simulations, to help learners achieve higher levels of proficiency.

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31 October 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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18 October 2017
Investing in AI in Education

Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are poised to have a transformational effect on the economy. The research firm Technavio forecasts that the global market for AI solutions in all sectors will have a massive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 50% through 2021.

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11 October 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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03 October 2017
Investing in Alelo through your IRA

Alelo's FlashFunders offering is a private placement that is eligible for investment through self-directed individual retirement accounts (IRAs). For investors who have accumulated funds in their retirement accounts, this may be an option worth considering.

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