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The big problem with digital smallness
Prof. Terence Tse and his co-authors explain that the internet is making us small-minded slaves to social media platforms. They call for governments, businesses, and individuals to build a technology ...
When was the last time you charged your batteries?
Part of ESCP's Impact Paper series, Professor Chiara Succi takes a look at how the digital work environment threatens well-being and what we can do to keep our mental energy up.
The Human Factor in AI-Based Decision-Making
Facing identical AI inputs, individuals make entirely different choices based on their own decision-making styles, explain Prof. Philip Meissner and PhD student Christoph Keding in the MIT Sloan Manag...
Placing the human at the centre of artificial intelligence design for business
How can we ensure that AI development is fair, when the algorithms at its core are designed with (often unconscious) racist, sexist, or other biases? Profs. Lorena Blasco-Arcas and Hsin-Hsuan Meg Lee ...
How to fail quickly and learn from your mistakes
Profs. Ben Voyer and Christoph Seckler explain that according to science, failure could indeed, when not downright positive, at least be necessary for us to truly succeed. In fact, a failure-free roa...
Is humility the new smart?
Learning from errors seems to be a key competence in today’s workplace, but how much people actually learn varies quite a bit. New research co-published by Prof. Christoph Seckler reveals that learnin...
Professionals Need to Keep Their Skills Fresh. Will They Turn to Higher Ed?
Andreas Kaplan writes about the future of higher education and academia, and the ways universities can stay relevant for lifelong learners.
In art as in entrepreneurship, creation is nothing without destruction
Anybody can have an idea. Prof. Sylvain Bureau explains that what really matters is the capacity to destroy in order to bring your ideas to life.