LUCERNE, Switzerland – August 12, 2023 – getAbstract, the world’s go-to platform for actionable knowledge and microlearning, announces today it will release #getAI, a free selection of curated content dedicated to helping learners understand the impact of artificial intelligence. Through #getAI, getAbstract aims to provide the public with trusted and fact-checked information to reduce uncertainty as AI becomes increasingly more prevalent at work and in everyday life.
Approximately 100 summary resources and content pieces will be made free for the campaign and available through October 16, 2023. The content will be packaged in weekly actionable learning segments based on major questions surrounding AI and automation. getAbstract will also host a LinkedIn Live series where experts break down key concepts, discuss the latest AI news, and offer insight into important advancements and applications.
“getAbstract’s purpose has always been to provide people with the relevant knowledge they need to make better decisions and thrive. That has never been more important than in times like these. That’s why we are launching our new initiative #getAI.” said Thomas Bergen, CEO and Co-Founder of getAbstract, and adds: “AI is creating a lot of uncertainty but also so many opportunities. In this new age of information, the future belongs to the curious!”
With the rapid development of artificial intelligence and the overwhelming amount of information surrounding it, getAbstract serves as a verified source to make high-level content more digestible through bite-sized summaries, helping learners better retain knowledge and learn more efficiently. Find the content here: www.getabstract.com/
The right insight at the right time can make all the difference. By providing easy access to summarized expert knowledge and learning tools, getAbstract helps professionals worldwide to apply knowledge efficiently. The platform’s time-saving, 15-minute summaries and tools foster self-directed learning, enrich formal development initiatives, and support organizational objectives. Know better. Do better. To learn more about getAbstract, visit: https://www.