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Modrić, parrot and a printer defying the robot uprising
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The unlikely connection: How Modrić, parrots, and printers defy the robot uprising!

The flood of GPT-4 gurus and the Microsoft vs Google race creates the impression of a fresh revolution, but artificial intelligence has been hiding the same skeletons in the closet for decades now. We are also seeing many good ideas and solutions, but the collection of shady characters is probably more present. The only question is - who will be louder?

You are reading: Alen Meštrov

Not so long ago Learning Management Systems (LMS) used to be utilized only by large companies. The reason was their complexity and cost of creating such a system. On average it took a couple of months and several people with technical skills to implement such a system. And even after, it usually required at least one person to keep the system up and running. So basically, owning an LMS wasn’t affordable for medium and small sized companies. Than in 2003. WordPress emerged. At first it was a go-to tool for bloggers. Those bloggers also wanted to create and sell e-courses to their readers. Soon they realized that WordPress has great potential to be a base for core functionalities of LMS.