London UK 2024


Dates and Venue


17-18 April 2024 | ExCeL London


17 - 18 April 2024 | ExCeL London

Digital Hub

Donald H Taylor’s Global Sentiment Survey showed AI as both the biggest opportunity and the most significant challenge facing L&D in 2024. Most L&D departments are experimenting with AI for content generation and ideation. But this alone is not transformative for the business. L&D must use AI as a strategic partner, able to deliver tangible performance improvement and accelerate upskilling and reskilling.

Join Saffron’s Noorie and Molly as they explore:

• The current use of AI in business operations

• How L&D can use AI to tackle critical workplace challenges and accelerate upskilling and reskilling

• Using data insights to measure success, impact and drive results

Register for free

  • Find out why you should be one of the 9,000 visitors attending Europe's leading workplace learning exhibition this year.
  • Discover how to deliver personalised learning to your employees and how AI coaches could benefit your organisation.
  • With thousands of voters from 100 countries around the world, let's see what people think will be hot in L&D this year.

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Julie Drybrough, Sue Ritchie & Martin Peart - AI & Personalisation

Discover the real-world applications of AI, with a particular focus on using algorithms in the selection of content.

Bob Mosher & Niall Gavin - Learning and Performance

Find out how you can really focus on performance while learning in the flow of work, to ensure maximum success.

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