Louis-David Benyayer comments on research published since the release of ChatGPT and outlines five implications for corporations.
Employees’ acceptance of technology and trust can be overridden by questions around job security, autonomy and the impersonal nature of AI. Alessandro Lanteri and his co-authors suggest steps for decision-makers to address their concerns.
Philip Meissner and Yusuke Narita show how AI will change decision-making and what effects this will have on competitiveness.
Louis-David Benyayer comments on a NYT story about elite distance runners and explains why deliberately ignoring data could actually take you a long way.
Hao (Howard) Zhong takes a close look at the four key resources driving technological – and ultimately, geopolitical – advances.
Amidst the stark warnings of the risks of AI, we spoke with Assistant Professor Howard Zhong to explore effective solutions, such as AI regulation.
Héctor González-Jiménez comments on an article claiming that the aspect of a robot could be determinant in earning trust.
Héctor González-Jiménez has some expert guidance on how to navigate the rise of generative AI tools — and avoid being supplanted by AI.
Professor Andreas Kaplan explores the opportunities and existing use cases made possible by the metaverse, and how to manage an implementation strategy of this new technology despite challenges.
ESCP experts Marie Taillard and Howard Zhong share their thoughts on getting the best out of the Metaverse at this stage in the game.