Ideas and insights about the digital economy from MIT Sloan.
3 ways to center humans in artificial intelligence efforts
Take time now to understand the challenging questions about AI and ethics that firms will face in the years ahead.
How companies can pursue ‘positive-sum automation’
To see the benefits of automation, companies need to understand challenges and create more flexible robotic tools.
How companies use AI to reach customers, innovate
“Me, Myself, and AI” looks at how Boeing, Land O’Lakes, and other companies aim to succeed with artificial intelligence.
5 ways to scale digital initiatives
Build business commitment, provide shared technology, and streamline handoffs to increase the odds of success.
Digital transformation for family-owned companies
Family-run companies often struggle with modernization. To start, they should create a digital thesis and promote an agile board culture.
Data literacy for leaders
Here’s how executives and senior managers can become effective and savvy champions of the data produced by their organizations.
What is synthetic data — and how can it help you?
Synthetic data offers the opportunity to test new ideas and develop new products without putting personal or health data at risk.
Employees more likely to second-guess interpretable algorithms
New research shows that people are more likely to trust complicated machine learning models over models that they’re able to understand and troubleshoot.
3 benefits of liquid data assets
Liquid data assets help companies navigate change, experiment with new business models, and create new offerings for customers.
The importance of age-friendly jobs
A new study finds that occupations are becoming more age-friendly — but older workers don’t always benefit.