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2 Days of Briefings, Case Studies & Lab Experiments!

AI & Learning? Interactive Explorations:

  • AI's Potential Impact on Learning Design

  • AI's Potential Impact on Learning Delivery

  • AI's Potential Impact on Assessment

  • AI's Potential Impact on Learning Operations

  • The Risks and Unknowns of AI for Learning

  • Can AI Optimize Learning Personalization

  • Costs & Budges of AI & Learning Implementations

  • How Much of AI Buzz is "Real" vs. "Hype" or "AI Washing"

  • Critical Decisions About AI & Learning in 2024 and 2025

  • Can AI Interact with AR/VR/Metaverse/Immersive Tech

  • Explore AI & Learning Case Studies of Current Experiments

  • AI Interaction with Talent, LMS and Learning Systems

  • Ethics, Standards, Trust & Governance of AI & Learning

  • New Skills for Learning, Talent and Development Professionals.

  • Your AI & Learning Questions, Challenges and Projects!


Level of Participant AI Experience: This interactive event is designed for colleagues with a broad range of experience:

  • Minimal or No AI & Learning Experience

  • Intermediate AI & Learning Experience

  • Advanced AI & Learning Experience

  • Colleagues with AI But No Learning Background

  • Suppliers & Consultants Approaching AI & Learning Futures

  • Managers and Directors Shaping AI & Learning Strategies

We will help each participant discuss  and explore using AI to design, create, curate, deliver, measure and support learning activities. And, since the world of AI is changing on a weekly basis, we will gather by video in October, November & December to track changes in the field as well as your own projects.

AI Technologies Explored: We will explore AI & Learning by using a range of current and emerging AI, Chatbot, Generative Engines and Embedded tools and systems from various sources including OpenAI, Microsoft, Anthropic, Google, Khan Academy and a range of other technology innovators that will be explored,  

2 Books for Every Participant:  We are pleased to provide a hard copy edition of the recent book: Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI by Ethan Mollick to each participant. And, a copy of Elliott Masie's Fall 2024 Guidebook to AI & Learning




Technology for AI & Learning Event: Please bring a laptop, tablet or mobile phone with wireless access.

AI & Learning Alumni: Our four AI & Learning events in the last year months were attended by over 200 learning leaders and implementers from these global organizations: US Marine Corps, Salesforce, Bloomberg, Audible, Chase Bank, Fidelity, Accenture, McKinseyPrudential, PwC, CharterSteel, ESRI, Crowe, Deloitte, InterSystems, IMA, Capital One, Erie Insurance, Cisco, Axalta, Konica Minolta, Edward Jones and many others from corporate, government and higher education. 


Who Should Attend AI & Learning Event:

  • Learning Professionals

  • Learning Leader & Chief Learning Officers

  • Technology Staff & Managers

  • Business Leaders Exploring AI/Learning

  • Learning Innovators & Suppliers

  • HR/Talent Leaders

  • Individuals Intrigued/Challenged by AI & Learning

  • People with No, Low, Medium or High AI Experience


Who Should Not Attend AI & Learning Event:

  • Vendors Wanting to Sell/Market in LAB

  • Individuals Not Open to Exploring Plus & Minus of AI & Learning

  • Individuals Not Wanting to Experience a LAB Structured Event

  • Individuals Desiring a PowerPoint Lecture Mode

Elliott Masie is the host and facilitator for the AI & Learning Event,  Elliott brings decades of experience in the learning and technology fields.  He is credited with being one of the innovators for the start of eLearning in the 1990’s and has led global conferences on Learning and Technology for over 30 years.

Elliott is the author of 12 books and is the Chair of the MASIE Learning Foundation and MASIE Learning Collaborative with 75 global corporate members. In addition, MASIE Productions is a TONY-Nominated producing partner of 40 Broadway shows including: Kinky Boots, Just Another Day, Allegiance, Funny Girl, The Piano Lesson, SpongeBob,  Here Lies Love, Merrily Rolls Along, Cabaret and more. 

We will combine in-person experts and facilitators with live interactive video conversations with Chief Learning Officers and AI Developers from around the globe during our event. These include learning innovators, organizational leaders, business authors and technology analysts.

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AI & Learning Schedule: We will, meeting in an AI & Learning space organized at the Saratoga Springs City Center, right on Broadway in the downtown area.

Day 1: (Tuesday,  Sept 10th)

  • 8:00 to 8:30 am: Registration and Check-In at Saratoga Springs City Center

  • 8:30 am to Noon: Sessions

  • Noon to 1 pm: Lunch provided with interactive discussions on AI & Learning issues

  • 1 pm to 4:30 pm: Sessions

  • 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm: Reception and party at the Masie Home,
    an 1832 Greek Revival in Saratoga.

Day 2: (Wednesday, Sept 11th)

  • 8:00 am to 11:30: Sessions

  • 11:30 to Noon: Lunch provided with interactive discussions on AI & Learning issues

  • Noon to 2:30 pm: Sessions

  • Note: We will video tape the sessions from Noon to 2:30 pm - for any participants needing to leave early to catch a flight out of Albany Airport.


Video Sessions After Event: There will be 3 one-hour live video calls each month after the event. We will explore brand new AI & Learning technologies and methodologies. 


Registration Fee:

$1,295 per person for the AI & Learning 
$995 for Higher Education/Government Participants


  • 2 Day Event in Saratoga Springs, NY

  • 2 Lunches and Refreshments

  • Party at Masie House on Wednesday night

  • The AI & Learning OnLine Resource 

  • 3 Follow Up Video Briefings Monthly Live or Asynchronous



Cancellation Fees:

Cancellation Fee From 1 to 5 days before event: $200
Registration Can Be Transferred to a Different Attendee At Any Time.


Hotels & Transportation:
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