Knowledge workers spend way too much time organizing and searching for information.
When the system overtakes the creative process for creatives like myself, it kills the artistic and creative act. And to maintain a complex system, like, for instance, a Zettlekasten, demands a lot of, what I call, heavy lifting. — Andy Sporring, What Defines a PKM
When it comes to working memory, computers are so much better at managing, and now, with bundleIQ, searching through a sea of information and surfacing it at the right time.
Humans have essentially hit an information management ceiling. Not because the brain isn’t capable, it’s just the opportunity cost of time required to do the heavy lifting. Sure, we can do more, but remember, the law of diminishing returns. How many unread emails do you have? When was the last time you read all of the newsletters in your inbox? What about the book(s) you’ve been meaning to read?
You get the gist.
When we built bundleIQ, we set out to unify human and artificial intelligence to help people do what they do best — imagine, create, and innovate.
Our AI-powered system automatically connects the dots in your thinking. You don’t have to tag or link your content. You can, but you don’t have to. It’s super simple; all you have to do is install the chrome extension and use it to save and analyze content from the web.
Here’s what that looks like in practice.
Watch this Loom video — https://www.loom.com/share/1168f8369a814c1683fc08172a6eb496
For more, read AI-powered Zettelkasten Part I.
Get more out of your content without all the work. Once the information is in the system, you’ll gain valuable insights from anywhere via our chrome extension.
If you have questions about leveraging bundleIQ for your knowledge work, don’t hesitate to drop us a line or comment on this post.