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Can Artificial Intelligence Replace Executive Decision Making?

Despite improvements in cognitive technologies, the “Jetson” dream managerial scenario of sitting back and letting machines do all the work is still far from reality. Decisions that executives face don’t necessarily fit into defined problems well suited for automation. Cognitive technologies will increasingly absorb the easiest aspects of executive jobs, but at least for the time being, countless decisions still require human engagement.

Managing the Bots That Are Managing the Business

We are just at the beginning of the transformation from an economy dominated by human workers to one dominated by electronic workers. The great management challenge of the next few decades will be understanding how to get the best out of both humans and machines, and understanding the ins and outs of who manages whom.

A Note to Our Readers and Contributors

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While MIT SMR seeks to publish new research-based ideas across a wide range of management topics, we are taking a particular interest in work that explores the role of technology in transforming the practice of management. Even as we have been witnessing digital technology’s organizational impact for several decades, it’s our belief that we are on the crest of a new wave of change that will force leaders to fundamentally rethink the way their companies function and produce value.

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