‘The Future Is GoingTo Be Nothing but Amazement’
Professor Hod Lipson, director of Columbia University’s Creative Machines Lab, discusses the current state of AI and what the next waves of innovation could bring.
Breakthrough technologies will continue to transform our world at an ever-increasing pace, and we need to do more than simply keep up. We need to continue building skills that will be transferable as technology continues to rapidly evolve.
That’s precisely the ongoing philosophy behind Columbia Business School’s Digital Future Initiative (DFI), which recently introduced four specialized labs that will draw on faculty expertise to tackle the most significant topics in the digital future: the algorithmic economy, the emerging world of decentralized finance, how technology is affecting people in organizations, and technology’s impact on media and entertainment.
Unleashing the power of blockchain in the world of traditional finance.
CBS builds a model curriculum for students who seek leading business roles in data-rich environments.
The beloved Columbia Business School professor passed away at the age of 56 last December.
Professor Joseph Stiglitz and Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard discussed the topic of inequality and the future of capitalism during the first installment of a new speaker series from The Hub, a new CBS think tank.
A collection of images from significant Columbia Business School conferences and events such as the Alleycon 2023 Conference, 19th Annual Healthcare Industry Association Conference, Launch of the 100/50: Embracing Our Legacy campaign, and more.
Oded Netzer, the Arthur J. Samberg Professor of Business, shares his thoughts on ChatGPT, how to use data most effectively, and the essential qualities that future business leaders must possess.
Professor Sandra Matz reveals how to find the pros among the cons.