Harvard Business School’s Ayelet Israeli


Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy

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.

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As an associate professor at Harvard Business School and cofounder of the Customer Intelligence Lab at the school’s Digital Data Design Institute, Ayelet Israeli’s work is focused on how data and technology can inform marketing strategy, as well

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Russian Economic climate Is ‘Basically a Large Fuel Station’: Harvard Economist

  • Jason Furman mentioned Russia’s overall economy is “unimportant” other than gas, The New York Occasions claimed.
  • His remarks occur as the US and Europe get ready heavy sanctions on Russia if it invades Ukraine.
  • But there are fears that their options to punish Moscow will penalize the relaxation of the environment also.

Russia’s economic climate is “extremely unimportant in the international financial system except for oil and gas,” Jason Furman, a Harvard economist and previous advisor to President Barack Obama, instructed The New York Instances.

“It is basically a big gasoline station,” he claimed.


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