Language Learning in the AI Age: A Conversation with Memrise CEO Steven Toy – Part 1  | 257

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to revolutionize various industries, the language learning sector is no exception. In this episode of Down to Business English, we’re joined by Steven Toy, the CEO of Memrise, a leading online language learning platform. Steven takes us through how AI and GPT technology have been integral to Memrise’s success, their unique approach to language learning, and what it means for the future of the industry.

Founded in 2010 in London, UK, Memrise offers a novel approach to language learning. With over 23 languages available and a user base of 65 million learners, the platform has become well-known for its innovative use of AI. From their humble beginnings to their current status as an industry leader, Memrise’s journey is worth noting.

Steven’s professional journey is just as inspiring. His career path has seen him delve into both the tech world and the realm of adult literacy, culminating in his current role at Memrise. Steven’s experience deploying AI technology and his passion for education have both been key to his leadership role at Memrise.

Listen in to learn more about Memrise and the global language learning market.

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2 thoughts on “Language Learning in the AI Age: A Conversation with Memrise CEO Steven Toy – Part 1  | 257”

  1. Hi Joan,
    Does the audio player on the page above not function from your location? You should be able to play and download directly from this page without having to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google, Amazon, or Spotify.

  2. Dear D2B producers, I am from Beijing China, which translates into the fact that the above 4 ways of listening, none of them is accessible for me. This is a pity. Earlier, however, I had been able to listen to the podcasts online. Could you keep this feature? Thank you for your conderation. Sincerely yours, Joan

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