Have you ever gotten all fired up about a new goal? You want to get fit, learn a new language or teach yourself to code. You set your mind to it, tell some friends and make a plan. And finally, you download an app to support you in making that goal a reality. A week later, you’re on the couch browsing your social media feed when your self-improvement app reminds you to spend five minutes to do 10 push-ups, recap your vocabulary or check into your beginner’s programming class. You ignore it. The next day, you ignore it again. And again. Vincent Han of Mobile Coach has had that experience, and he did something about it. In this podcast episode, Han discusses how you can tackle real-world problems with chatbot technology.
About the Podcast
In the Learning While Working podcast, host Robin Petterd, PhD, interviews leading thinkers about learning trends and offers advice for L&D professionals. Petterd is a learning and performance consultant at Sprout Labs, a company that creates digital learning platforms. His guest on this episode, Vincent Han, is the CEO and founder of Mobile Coach, a platform for chatbot creation.
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