Mark Esposito, MBA & E-MBA professor. In 2016, he was listed on the Radar of Thinkers50, as of the 30 most prominent business thinkers on the rise, globally. Here he is on the launch of his latest best seller: The AI Republic.
Artificial intelligence will radically change our lives—just not in the ways you might think.
You’ve been made to believe that AI will take your job. The truth is AI will deeply change the nature of work itself and lead to the creation of jobs that don’t exist yet.
Sensational media reports speculate about the “rise of the machines” but fail to see that there’s no real intelligence in AI. It is not an all-seeing master, but rather a functional tool that must combine with the intelligence we possess to be effective.
With The AI Republic, Terence Tse, Mark Esposito, and Danny Goh have not written a book for coders, but for everyone curious about a future shaped by AI. They demystify this life-changing technology and explain how we can build a shared space where humans and intelligent automation work together, whether you’re a business executive who wants to implement it, a government leader responsible for policy creation, or a parent who wants to prepare your children to grow up with AI as a companion.
Nicholas Harkiolakis, Executive DBA Professor & Author. Following on the heels of his most recent successes: “Quantitative Research Methods: From Theory To Publication” and “Leadership Explained: Leading Teams in the 21st Century”, comes Nicholas Harkiolakis’s latest book, “Intelligent Agents”.
The exciting plot takes place in the middle of the equator in the Atlantic, on the man-made island city of Atlantis. Here, the infrastructure for the first ever human-built space elevator is taking shape in the form of a double-helical structure. The elevator is meant to connect the half a million population of the city with the orbiting city of Apolo, providing the first ever concrete avenue to the heavens and from there on to space exploration
Mike Guglielmo, E-MBA professor.
Named new Academic Director of Temple’s EMBA Program
Delivered a Podcast on Big Data and Recruiting click here
Delivered a Webinar on Big Data in Talent Management on 12/12/2018 click here
Delivered workshop on M&A on 1/23/2019 – see link
Welcomed first grandson on 11/8/2018 – Brian Kaeden Guglielmo and second grandson on 3/9/2019 – Jack Bernard Zampirri
Mike Guglielmo Assistant Professor & Academic Director of The Fox Executive MBA Program
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