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CampusAI funding news – Warsaw-based CampusAI Secures €9.2 Million in Pre-Seed Funding

Jun 11, 2024 | By Startup Rise EU

CampusAI secures €9.2 million in pre-seed funding, a record for a Polish startup, to develop its online training ecosystem, enter as many as 10 new markets and teach 200,000 new users how to collaborate better with artificial intelligence.

CampusAI secures €9.2 million in pre-seed funding, a record for a Polish startup, to develop its online training ecosystem, enter as many as 10 new markets and teach 200,000 new users how to collaborate better with artificial intelligence.

SUMMARY

  • CampusAI secures €9.2 million in pre-seed funding, a record for a Polish startup, to develop its online training ecosystem.
  • An innovative platform called CampusAI raises the bar for teamwork and education.

The fundraising round will help CampusAI's international expansion and is led by Polish angel investor Maciej Zientara, a partner in JR Holding and the creator of Supernova Group.

Artificial intelligence (AI)-based SaaS business AI Clearing, which raised $14 million in series A funding late last year, is one of the companies that makes up a sizable portion of Zientara's investment portfolio.

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The early-year startup CampusAI introduces users to the world of artificial intelligence and teaches them how to use it more skillfully. Some of the ways they can do this include creating more sophisticated and well-written prompts, selecting tools that suit their personalities, and creating their own learning pathways. Its avatar-based blended learning approach, which emphasises practice, claims completion rates that are up to ten times higher than those of conventional e-learning techniques.

The CampusAI platform enables corporate clients to create all-inclusive e-learning suites that facilitate digital transformation. One of business leaders' top concerns, according to a recent survey by global consultancy PwC, is a lack of digital skills, particularly those related to artificial intelligence (AI). Similarly, Boston Consulting Group found that 62% of top executives cite a lack of skills as the main reason they are dissatisfied with their organization's AI efforts.

CampusAI Co-founder and CEO Aureliusz Górski said, “For digital transformation to be effective, it has to be based on strengthening an organization’s most important asset: its people, That’s why it’s so important to create an environment that makes it easy to learn how to work with AI. Our Human+AI Collaboration model makes people more proactive, creative, and effective, allowing an organization’s leaders to engage their teams at all levels in their vision for transformation driven by generative AI.”

The model developed by CampusAI is based on research conducted by Aleksandra Przegalińska, an associate professor at Kozminski University in Warsaw and a visiting research fellow at Harvard University. She is a member of the company's scientific advisory board, as is Kozminski Professor Dariusz Jemielniak, co-author of her book Strategizing AI in Business and Education, published in 2023.

A state-of-the-art software engine designed for gaming is used by CampusAI's ecosystem to visualise its interactive content, enabling the development of unique learning environments. By the end of the year, the company hopes to have expanded into up to ten additional nations and its first new market in three months.

Górski said, “After achieving success in the Polish market, we’re ready to expand globally with the backing of an investor who shares our vision, Maciej Zientara has extensive experience in building value on international markets. He’s the dream investor for any startup, because he brings in know-how, not just cash.”

Zientara said, “I’m thrilled to become a part of this global project that will impact not just the corporate world, but all of society, CampusAI has developed a unique, scalable educational concept for AI, giving organizations a competitive edge in addressing the challenges of the digital revolution while respecting the principles of social responsibility. Artificial intelligence will affect everyone’s job, which is why it’s so important to develop effective education that gives people the skills they need to thrive on the labor market of tomorrow.”

About Campus AI

An innovative platform called CampusAI raises the bar for teamwork and education. Both novices wishing to explore the realm of artificial intelligence and experienced users seeking chances for cooperation within the regional innovation network are the target audience. They bring all of the information together in one location and make them accessible to you through an online platform and virtual world that explains real-life applications of artificial intelligence.

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