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10 Artificial Intelligence Learning Apps


March 24, 2023


Alec Bailon


Artificial Intelligence Learning Apps

Innovations in AI are currently changing the way we use our tools. Artificial intelligence learning apps use adaptive learning, intelligent content curation, and smart monitoring and reporting to make workplace training so much easier. Check out our top AI learning apps to upgrade your team learning today!

1. SC Training (formerly EdApp)

SC Training (formerly EdApp) is an advanced learning management system that hosts a wide range of AI features essential to training. These include intelligent course authoring, smart reporting and analytics, and AI-based translation. All of these features combined together give you an adaptive learning experience, where learners are delivered the best training that they need and when they need them.

Artificial intelligence learning app - SC Training (formerly EdApp)

As one of the best AI apps on the market, SC Training (formerly EdApp) offers a massive library of course content on a range of topics such as bartending to standard operating procedures (SOPs). You can edit them according to your branding guidelines, and they're ready to be delivered to your learners.

Artificial intelligence learning app - SC Training (formerly EdApp) courses

If you can’t find a relevant course, you can create one yourself through the authoring tool. The AI and cloud-based course creator tool can easily transform your learning materials from PDF, SCORM, or even PowerPoint to beautiful bite-sized microlessons. AI-based translations are also available!

And if you don’t have the time to create these courses, you may want to avail of an add-on feature that lets SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s team of experienced instructional designers create course content for you based on your materials. Once you’re happy with your course content, you can track learning progress with the AI-supported reporting feature. Insights from data are available directly on the admin experience.

Artificial intelligence learning app - SC Training (formerly EdApp) translation

To make it even better, SC Training (formerly EdApp) has a Brain Boost feature which is an automatic, personalized follow-up quiz that tests your learners after each course to make sure knowledge is retained. If learners fail to remember training content, they’ll automatically be pushed with more Brain Boost quizzes so the content is dynamically adjusting to each learner’s experience. This feature can be made available upon request.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users); request a quote

Key features:

  • AI-powered course creator
  • Intelligent content transformation
  • Reporting and analytics
  • Spaced repetition (by request only)
  • AI-based translation

2. SoloLearn

SoloLearn is an artificial intelligence learning app that you can use to learn about all things related to coding, machine learning, and AI itself. Your learners will be able to write usable code after taking their courses. The learning content covers AI concepts and tools like Keras and TensorFlow, and different coding languages like Python and Java. While SoloLearn isn’t an AI app per se, it uses important AI features like gamification which helps engage learners and make training much more enjoyable.

 Artificial Intelligence Learning App - SoloLearn

Cost: Request a quote

Key features:

  • AI learning concepts
  • Gamification
  • Coding languages

3. Coursera

Coursera is an artificial intelligence learning app that houses thousands of AI courses and specializations created, designed, and taught by experts in the field. The tool has collaborated with universities and institutions like Google, Stanford, IBM, and much more to bring the most up-to-date learning content on all things artificial intelligence. Your learners can easily find something enjoyable and challenging in their course library, so it’s perfect for upskilling.

Artificial intelligence learning app - Coursera

Coursera’s content is flexible so team members can take the courses at their own pace, and even set their own enrollment dates. Certification is also available upon completion. Although Coursera course collection is massive, it lacks the adaptive learning capabilities that’ll make learning management much easier.

Cost: Free with paid options

Key features:

  • AI courses by experts
  • Massive course library
  • Self-paced learning
  • Certification

4. Realizeit

Realizit is an adaptive learning artificial intelligence learning app that creates personalized 1-on-1 learning experiences. It has an adaptive engine that continuously learns from a person’s training experience based on performance and knowledge. The learner and trainer can then collaborate on the training approach based on data and insights given by the platform. Content can also be easily created on the platform with your training materials.

Artificial intelligence learning app - Realizeit

Cost: Free

Key features:

  • 1-on-1 learning experiences
  • Adaptive engine
  • AI-based insights
  • Content creation

5. Knewton

Personalized learning has been Knewton’s aim since 2008. This artificial intelligence learning app analyzes learning materials and determines which kind of content is most effective for its learners. Insights and data are delivered to trainers to help them build programs that improve employee performance and learning outcomes.

 Artificial Intelligence Learning App - Knewton

Knewton also has LMS integration, 24/7 technical support, and course setup to make administrative work easier. Take note though that Knewton specializes in higher education and academic courseware, which may not be ideal for corporate training.

Cost: Request a quote

Key features:

  • Complete courseware solution
  • Adaptive learning capabilities
  • LMS integration

6. Adaptemy

Adaptemy is an artificial intelligence app that you can use to integrate your learning tools to create more dynamic and intelligent learning solutions. All you have to do is make a curriculum map and add other relevant information. You can use xAPI for learners' data on the engine. From there, you can tailor learning experiences based on the insights and data given by Adaptemy. The analytics will then suggest key areas for improvement that cater to different learning styles. You can even re-integrate these changes into your current LMS.

Artificial intelligence learning app - Adaptemy

Cost: Request a quote

Key features:

  • Intelligent learning solutions
  • xAPI learner data compatibility
  • LMS integration
  • Smart insights and analytics

7. Quizlet

Now Quizlet is different from the other free artificial intelligence apps on this list as it’s a learning platform that uses an AI study assistant to create quizzes, flashcards, and other training games. It uses machine algorithms to analyze a learner’s performance and recommends materials based on their progress or needs. It also hosts a number of user-generated learning materials to balance everything off. These materials can be customized by both learners and trainers making learning even more collaborative.

Artificial Intelligence learning app - Quizlet

Cost: Free with paid plans

Key features:

  • AI-based quizzes and games
  • Machine learning
  • User-generated learning materials
  • Collaborative learning

8. Axonify

Axonify is an artificial intelligence learning app that specializes in frontline-worker training. It uses AI to analyze performance and learning needs to create effective microlearning programs. Similarly, when looking to enhance your team's capabilities, hiring AI ML developers can be a strategic move to leverage the latest in artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Because frontline workers are always on-site and on the go, all learning content is delivered fast and can be fit right into their existing workflow. It’s also great for trainers and administrators because most of the content creation, tracking, and onboarding utilities are done for you.

 Artificial Intelligence Learning App - Axonify

Cost: Request a quote

Key features:

  • AI learning
  • Microlearning
  • Workflow integration

9. GoSkills

GoSkills is one of the artificial intelligence apps you can use for personalized learning and customizable reporting and analytics options. The platform has a lot of learning content for professional development like Microsoft Office basics, project management, and soft skills. The reports track learner progress and with the help of AI, you can create effective learning pathways that’ll guarantee productivity and commitment from your team members.

Artificial intelligence learning app - GoSkills

Cost: Free

Key features:

  • Customizable reporting and analytics
  • Course library
  • Learning pathways
  • User progress tracking

10. QStream

QStream is another AI-supported microlearning app that specializes in knowledge reinforcement and personalized learning experiences through bite-sized training materials. It uses AI-powered technology to predict and suggest materials for learners which makes the trainer’s job so much easier. The platform boasts an elegant and simple interface to make sure that users are navigating the tool with ease. 

 Artificial Intelligence Learning App - QStream

Although QStream is a great tool to use for both trainers and employees, there’s so much more left to be desired, like editable courses and more gamified tools. It may not be the best ai app out there but it does the job.

Cost: Request a quote

Key features:

  • Microlearning
  • Personalized learning experience
  • Simple UI


Alec Bailon

Alec is an eLearning expert for SC Training (formerly EdApp), a pioneer LMS that designs creative mobile workplace training solutions. On the off days, they enjoy cooking, reading, or finding a live show or play to watch.

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