YouTube introduces a new educational feature called Learning Playlists, which features landing pages for educational videos on a variety of topics including math, science, music, and languages. Playlists will feature organizational features, such as chapters around key concepts, categorized from beginner to advanced. The pages will also be remarkably free of recommended videos, which will allow viewers to focus on their lessons without being disturbed.
YouTube has been criticized for its recommended videos based on an algorithm that can sometimes direct viewers towards radicalization or other disturbing content. Although the company has been reluctant to disable the recommendations in the past as it would generate less traffic to other videos, the removal of the recommended videos from the Learning Playlists shows that YouTube does not take any chances when it is safe. is to obtain adequate educational content. Videos will not play automatically at the end of a playlist. Therefore, you do not risk falling asleep during chemistry classes and waking up with videos about conspiracy theories.