Eduworks solutions use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve processes that require reading and understanding text. They act as performance multipliers that increase speed and accuracy, decrease cost, and enable your team to make the best use of its time and expertise.

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Eduworks at DevLearn 2019 Conference & Expo

Eduworks is pleased to present a session at DevLearn 2019 on competency frameworks and how they can be applied to define the real outcomes for a training program.

The Competency-Based Workplace (306)

Presented by Dr. Robby Robson, Eduworks CEO and Judy Katz, Instructional Designer

We will show how data collected from the workplace, as well as training sources, can reference such frameworks and be used to analyze the efficacy of the training against authentic measures.

DevLearn 15th anniversary.

October 23, 3:00 PM
Las Vegas, NV

ITEC 2019 logo

May 14-16
Stockholmsmässan, Sweden

Eduworks at ITEC 2019

GUEST SPEAKER - Trust in Automation: how this is shaped by the human operator and the underwater domain
Chairperson - Dr. Benjamin Bell, Eduworks President
15-May, 9:00, Theatre 3

Understanding how AI is applied in training: Case Studies
Presented by Dr. Robby Robson, Eduworks CEO and Dr. Benjamin Bell, Eduworks President
15-May, 9:30, Theatre 3

Toward a Generalized Appliance for Measuring Engagement and Motivation Across Learning Environments
Speaker - Dr. Benjamin Bell, Eduworks President
15-May, 10:00, Theatre 3

Eduworks at GIFTsym7

Eduworks is pleased to present a paper at GIFTSym7 on work taking place in the Machine-Assisted Generation of Instructional Content (MAGIC) project funded by the U.S. Army RDECOM-NSRDEC.

Authoring Team Tutors in GIFT: An Automated Tool for Alignment of Content to Learning Objectives
Authored by Dr. Benjamin Bell, Dr. Keith Brawner, Debbie Brown, Elaine Kelsey, and Elliot Robson
17-May, 13:30

Team ACLC awarded TRADOC Army Virtual Learning Environment (A-VLE) Contract

Fort Eustis, VA – Eduworks Corporation, as part of Team ACLC, has been awarded one of six prime positions on the 5-year, $294 million Army Virtual Learning Environment (A-VLE) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Under A-VLE, Team ACLC will support analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation; training and education (T&E) development and distribution; 3D modeling and simulation; 3D animation; augmented and virtual reality; serious gaming; software implementation; data analytics; T&E product validation and testing; and Section 508 compliance.

“Eduworks is pleased to bring our learning engineering expertise and AI-based training technologies to the Army Virtual Learning Environment. Working as part of Team ACLC, we look forward to helping TRADOC maintain and improve training effectiveness and efficiency with innovative solutions that build on work we have done for a diverse range of U.S. Government and commercial clients.” Dr. Robby Robson, Eduworks Founder and CEO

Team ACLC is comprised of the following trusted Army T&E partners:

  • AEgis Technologies Group, Inc.
  • Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim)
  • CSRA Inc.
  • Eduworks Corporation
  • Integration Innovations Inc. (i3)
  • Vertex Solutions

Our diverse team of seven small, medium, and large companies has developed advanced training solutions for all TRADOC Centers of Excellence.

About Eduworks Corporation

Eduworks develops leading edge technologies based on text analysis, machine learning, and data science. Eduworks applies these techniques to create force multipliers that accelerate learning and enable people to do their jobs faster and better.

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