YouTube is introducing a new feature called Learning Playlists, with video clips specializing in education with different topics from math, science, music and language … These playlist will be built to one People who do not have any knowledge can start, with high quality content clips starting from beginning to advanced. In addition, the algorithm recommends that YouTube clips will not be used in these playlists, so you can focus on finding new things that are more useful.
Recently, YouTube has been criticized for abusing algorithms to show videos with unhealthy content, or dangerously extreme views. Of course YouTube doesn't want to drop that algorithm, because it will make traffic drop drastically, but the fact that they don't apply the recommendation algorithm for high-value playlists like the Learning Playlists also shows that they are very calculating. Based on the video clip content posted on this world's largest video sharing service. The video clips will not transfer themselves after running out, so there is no fear of viewers falling asleep while studying
Last October, YouTube announced it had invested $ 20 million for educated video clips through the Learning Fund Initiative. They also announced that they would partner with trusted partners to create quality Learning Playlists, such as Khan Academy or TED-Ed.