Watch: A New Internet Platform Could Change The Way We Learn

A family-run tech business developed a new internet platform that could change the way people learn.

Learner Me allows people to learn anywhere, anytime with unlimited access to content they can revisit.

It’s predicted technology will affect 50 to 80 percent of current jobs over the next two decades, and this platform could enhance performance.

You can find its debut at Techweek’18, a series of individual events taking place in New Zealand from May 19 to 27, showcasing leading-edge technology and ingenuity. The theme for Techweek this year is ‘innovation that’s good for the world’.

That’s what we are doing bringing in whatever is new and making it presentable and easy for people to digest,” co-founder Simon Singh said.

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