Tag: harvard business review

Artificial Intelligence
Marcel Lemahieu 0
How and when will AI deliver productivity and open new markets?

Since the rise of the industrial revolutions, there has always been a very active debate among the academic community confronting “technology innovation optimist” and “technology innovation pessimist”. Likewise, there is debate whether artificial intelligence (AI), like many previous technologies could have a positive or a negative impact on the economy,

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Andreas Becks 0
A reality check on artificial intelligence: Potential, limits and consequences

Gartner expects artificial intelligence (AI) to create 2 million new jobs by 2025. AI and machine learning are already an important part of business processes and business areas in many companies and organisations, making everyday work easier, optimising interactions with customers, reliably predicting the failure of machines or supporting the

Vincent Cotte 0
Taking the big data dive with Hadoop

Demand for analytics is at an all-time high. Monster.com has rated SAS as the number one skill to have to increase your salary and Harvard Business Review continues to highlight why the data scientist is the sexiest job of the 21st century.  It is clear that if you want to be

Analytics
Kristine Vick 0
Judgment calls & wake up calls

What's almost as good as being in sunny Orlando to hear your favorite business leaders speak in person? Watching them from the comfort of your own office chair, of course, but with the ability to still ask questions and participate in live polls, as if you were on site. You are

Mike Gilliland 0
More research from Harvard Business Review

There is something that 90% of us admit to doing, and the other 10% will lie about. That, of course, is Googling yourself. As an avid follower of myself, and everything I do, I look forward to a weekly Google Alert that tells me all about what I've been up to.