Smith School Revolutionizes AI Job Tracking with AI-Powered Tool

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is leading the charge to understand how artificial intelligence is impacting jobs in the U.S. economy with the world’s first attempt to map the creation of AI-skilled jobs. The Smith School just launched UMD-LinkUp AI Maps, a dynamic tool that uses job posting data to analyze the spread of jobs requiring AI skills across the country – by sector, state and more granular geographic levels.

UMD-LinkUp AI Maps Transforms AI Job Tracking with Groundbreaking Approach

College Park, Md. – January 30, 2024 – UMD-LinkUp, a collaboration between the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, LinkUp Job Market Data, and Outrigger Group, introduced the world's first tool for mapping the creation of jobs requiring artificial intelligence skills: UMD-LinkUp AI Maps.

Groundbreaking AI Technology Uses People’s Eye Movements to Predict Their Decisions

Professor Michel Wedel and team introduce RETINA, an AI-driven eye-tracking innovation predicting decisions from eye movements in seconds. Detailed in 'Predicting Consumer Choice From Raw Eye‑Movement Data,' the technology offers insights for marketing and beyond.

First-Annual AI Symposium Sees Leaders Share AI Solutions

Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence continue to test business leaders and policymakers with questions on how to adopt and adapt the technology for their organizations. The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business now has a forum for leaders to convene and find their answers together.

Smith Secures $150K for AI Initiative for Capital Market Research

GRF CPAs & Advisors has awarded $150,000 to the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business to seed an AI Initiative for Capital Market Research.

Utilizing Data-Driven Approaches in Business

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New Faculty Hire Brings Expertise in Contextual Artificial Intelligence to Bolster MS and MBA Programs

University of Maryland's Smith School enhances AI and machine learning curricula, hiring Balaji Padmanabhan as full professor. With 25 years of expertise and a focus on AI ethics and implications, Padmanabhan strengthens programs, including STEM-designated MBAs. His arrival reflects Smith's commitment to AI-driven leadership in business education.

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