Pressures to bring affordability and relevance to education are driving fascinating innovation within educational publishing. Open education resources promise affordability. Personalized learning experiences promise relevance. Authentic assessments promise an accurate measure of competence. These trends are made possible by developments in AI. How exactly does this technology underpin these important developments in education? Does AI technology improve the content curation, educator, and learner experiences? What is the interplay between content and AI? DigiPub host Sue Brown of Macmillan Learning met with several edTech innovators at LearnLaunch’s 2018 Across Boundaries Conference to turn over these questions. This episode features conversations with Paul Crockett, of Authess, Andrew Magliozzi, of AdmitHub, and Dr. Eleni Miltsakaki, of Choosito. In the post-interview panel discussion, Sue is joined by Jack Cashman, of the Harvard Alumni Association, Laura Linnaeus, of Macmillan Learning, and Denis Saulnier, of Harvard Business Publishing; they talk about the learner audience and the influence technologies may have on the learning experience.