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Metaari's 2020-2025 US Mobile Learning Market Report

The five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Mobile Learning in the US is a healthy 20.6% and the revenues will more than double to over $5.3 billion by 2025.

The US will be the top buying country across the forecast period. In the 2020 market, China was the second-largest buying country. By 2025, Indonesia will be the second-largest buying country followed by India. China will drop to fourth place. The five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Mobile Learning in the US is 20.6%.

In stark contrast, the growth rate in China is 5.4%. For a variety of socioeconomic reasons (particularly regulatory uncertainty), revenues for Mobile Learning in China will start to decline in 2024.

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Metaari's 2020-2025 Worldwide Mobile Learning Market Report

The global Mobile Learning market reached $18.3 billion in 2020. The five-year compound annual growth rate for Mobile Learning is a robust 18.5% and revenues for Mobile Learning products and services will surge to well over $42 billion by 2025. This report includes five-year revenue forecasts for eight buying segments, seven international regions, and for 61 countries within those regions. They are the top-buying countries in the world.

The US will be the top buying country across the forecast period. In the 2020 market, China was the second-largest buying country. By 2025, Indonesia will be the second-largest buying country followed by India. China will drop to fourth place. The five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Mobile Learning in the US is 20.6%. In stark contrast, the growth rate in China is 5.4%. For a variety of socio-economic reasons (particularly regulatory uncertainty), revenues for Mobile Learning in China will start to decline during the forecast period.

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Metaari's 2019-2024 Global AI-based Learning Market Report

The five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the global AI-based Learning market is a robust 28.4% and revenues will reach nearly $4 billion by 2024. There is now rapid adoption in all six buying segments tracked by Metaari. The demand is high, the barriers-to-entry are dropping dramatically for developers, and startups are coming on the market at a rapid rate.

Over the last three years, an average of 300 AI-based Learning startups launched every year. A massive amount private investment funding is flowing into these startups. Consolidation is underway with the major learning companies acquiring AI-based Learning startups at a steady rate. These trends have accelerated in 2019.

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Metaari's 2018-2023 Global Cognitive Learning Market Report

This overview provides highlights from Metaari’s new market forecast report called the “2018-2023 Global Digital Cognitive Learning Market”. The global five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Cognitive Learning products is 17.1% and revenues will more than double to $7.1 billion by 2023, up from the $3.1 billion reached in 2018.

This overview includes a description of the primary catalysts driving the global market and a discussion of the six buyer segments (and what products they are buying). It also includes a detailed definition of Cognitive Learning, a description of cognition models used to develop Cognitive Learning, an analysis of the demographics that the products are designed for, and an analysis of the growing body of empirical research that has proven the effectiveness of these products.

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Metaari's 2018-2023 Worldwide Educational Bot Market Report

Metaari’s Advanced Learning Technology Taxonomy includes Educational Bots in physical hardware form factors and virtual (software-only) digital bots.

Metaari defines Educational and Training Bots as physical mechanical devices, virtual chatbots, and avatar-based tutors that deliver learning content or behavior modification intervention directly to users. They are essentially learning delivery platforms.

Not all Educational Bots have physical components. There are a range of AI-based virtual Educational Bots sometimes referred to as chatbot tutors, conversational AIs (smart bots), conversational agents, virtual advisors, virtual learning coaches (coaching avatars), tutor bots, and/or edubots. They are commonly referred to as intelligent virtual agents (IVAs). In healthcare the virtual bots are called virtual healthcare advisors (VHA). This report identifies over 80 commercial virtual bot tutors.

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