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During the CES exhibition in Las Vegas, the team will be showcasing ‘The Instruction Recommendation Engine’, the most recent addition to the SwipeGuide Instruction CMS. This feature uses machine learning to provide intelligent instructional design feedback across the platform.
The first version of the Instruction Recommendation Engine will be available in 2019 to companies embracing digital innovations for enterprise solutions.
The Instruction Recommendation Engine will automatically collect data on user interactions and feedback from existing instructions and machinery sensors. Machine learning will process this data, look for similarities and anomalies, and use it to deliver relevant recommendations for improvements to those instructions.
Founded by Daan Assen, and Willemijn Schneyder in 2016, SwipeGuide was born over the frustration with traditional paper user guides and wanted to the new industry standard for digital work instruction. SwipeGuide has raised a total of €1.3M in funding over 2 rounds.
Joost Elfering, Chief Technical Officer at SwipeGuide, said:
This feature will allow us to leverage experiences from end-users into insights, which will lead to recommendations for better instructions. This lets our users create better, more responsive manuals automatically,” says Joost Elfering, Chief Technical Officer at SwipeGuide.
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