The Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy initiative explores the growing use of artificial intelligence in the business landscape. The exploration looks specifically at how AI is affecting the development and execution of strategy in organizations.
The initiative researches and reports on how AI is spurring workforce change, data management, privacy, cross-entity collaboration, and generating new ethical challenges for business. It looks at new risks and threats in dependency, job loss, and security. And it seeks to help managers understand and act on the tremendous opportunity from the combination of human and machine intelligence.
Research and analysis for the initiative is in collaboration with and sponsored by Boston Consulting Group.
#MITSMRChat participants shared ideas about best practices for organizations implementing AI.
Prediction is appealing, but detection may be equally valuable for businesses.
Philipp Gerbert et al.
AI’s largest and most enduring contributions will be in non-technology sectors, and many of them will come from China.
James Gips et al.
Can AI-enabled automation replace your company’s entire labor force?
Ken Goldberg, interviewed by Frieda Klotz
The future of AI looks much like the present, with machines helping humans to do their jobs better, not replacing them.
Thomas H. Davenport and Randy Bean
AI technology is not just an experiment.
Bala Iyer et al.
Technology leaders need to take a new approach to regain user trust.
Thomas W. Malone
As smart technologies embed deeper into human processes, a more powerful form of collaboration is emerging.
A conversation with Airbnb’s Theresa Johnson highlights three tangible ways AI can help companies.
Using AI to create humanlike computers is a shortsighted goal.
When artificial intelligence is used to expedite certain legacy processes, it can act more like a Band-Aid than a cure.
A new survey reports companies are now seeing a direct correlation between big data and AI success.
Managers who wonder if AI is all hype and no substance should take its potential seriously.
Jacques Bughin and Eric Hazan
A global survey finds that AI is delivering value to companies that use it across operations.