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Companies, organizations, and researchers alike must view data through a social, political, and cultural lens if they want to solve problems, according to speakers at the 2021 Wharton Annual Analytics Conference.
In an interview about his new book ‘The Platform Paradox,’ Wharton’s Mauro Guillén explains why digital platforms can dominate some markets while floundering in others, and what it takes to[…]
Strong governance and risk mitigation are crucial for artificial intelligence to improve business and societal outcomes, according to a recent paper published by Wharton AI for Business.
Allowing Big Tech and other large corporations to set up banks would fundamentally alter the banking landscape in the U.S., says Wharton’s David Zaring in an interview with Wharton Business[…]
A new machine-learning approach to COVID-19 testing that was developed by Wharton’s Hamsa Bastani and other experts has produced encouraging results in Greece by identifying more asymptomatic, infected travelers than[…]
Wharton’s Herbert Hovenkamp explains why far-right social media platform Parler faces an uphill court battle in proving that Amazon violated antitrust laws.
Data analytics is at an inflection point as growing concerns about security, privacy, bias and regulation bump up against the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
From motivating employees to maintaining healthy habits, games can help us achieve our goals in surprising ways, say the authors of the revised and updated edition of ‘For the Win.’
Wharton Interactive co-founders Sarah Toms and Ethan Mollick are creating the next generation of game-based learning experiences that democratize education and make lessons more memorable.
The increasing attention being paid to artificial intelligence raises important questions about its integration with humanity, according to David De Cremer, author of the book ‘Leadership by Algorithm.’