Alelo started out as a research project funded by DARPA at the University of Southern California. The idea was could we use video game and AI technology to develop a better way of learning foreign languages. Alelo’s AI Simulations are being used around the world to Practice and Assess Communication Skills.
In Alelo’s most recent course Enskill Effective & Persuasive Communication, learners practice conversations with AI avatars representing managers and co-workers in simulated work settings. The course draws on communication techniques taught in business schools. Learners practice presenting structured arguments. For example, they present their vision, explain their strategy, and then propose next steps. Using AI...
Do your students need more opportunities to practice speaking English? Is lack of self-confidence holding them back? This webinar introduces Alelo’s Enskill simulation platform and explains how to use Alelo simulations to help your students develop self-confidence and increase fluency.
Laureate International Universities and Alelo announced that their Laureate English course is a finalist for the British Council’s ELTons Award for Digital Innovation in English Language Teaching. Laureate English was selected from among 150 award entries from 45 countries. The award winner will be announced in London in June.
Alelo Inc. will showcase its latest developments in learning communication skills with AI-driven methods at this week’s TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) annual conference in Atlanta.
The collaboration will integrate Alelo’s artificial intelligence-based learning modules into eThink’s custom-built learning management systems with the purpose of giving learners access to immersive, personalized learning experiences