Interview focused on what it was like to have a virtual IPO, what's next for the software development company and the latest trends in EdTech
Following its IPO on Nasdaq, the CEO and Founder of Amesite Inc. (Nasdaq: AMST), an artificial intelligence software company providing online learning ecosystems for business, higher education, and K-12, Dr. Ann Marie Sastry appeared on Trade Talks with Jill Malandrino to talk about going company public during the current pandemic and how it helps fulfill their mission of making high-quality virtual education accessible.
"Online learning has shown to be more effective in many learning situations. And it certainly increases access and reduces cost. So we're very passionate about this," said Dr. Sastry. "Teachers love the platform, because whatever a computer can do, the platform does. So they can focus their efforts on engaging with their learners."
The interview was aired on Monday, Oct. 5 and can be found online HERE. On that day, Dr. Sastry also appeared on Fox Business Network's Mornings With Maria, which can be watched online HERE.
About Amesite Inc.
Amesite is a high tech artificial intelligence software company offering a cloud-based platform and content creation services for K-12, college, university and business education and upskilling. Amesite-offered courses and programs are branded to our customers. Amesite uses artificial intelligence technologies to provide customized environments for learners, easy-to-manage interfaces for instructors, and greater accessibility for learners in the US education market and beyond. The Company leverages existing institutional infrastructures, adding mass customization and cutting-edge technology to provide cost-effective, scalable and engaging experiences for learners anywhere. For more information, visit https://amesite.com.
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