Smith Experts Assess Artificial Intelligence, Weigh in on the Biden Executive Order

The recent White House Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence has been put forth as a sweeping measure to “deploy numerous federal agencies to monitor the risks of artificial intelligence and develop new uses for the technology while attempting to protect workers.” 

The Chip Shortage Isn't Ending Anytime Soon

Toilet paper is back on the shelves, but the COVID-era semiconductor shortage still lingers. Why is that, and when is it likely to end?

Annual retreat for Centers of Excellence leadership to meet with each other and the Dean's Office to share and discuss concerns and ideas. Event details: Friday, March 27, 2020 - 10 a.m.-3 p.m. - 2333 VMH. An agenda will be emailed prior to the event.




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Intel Visits Smith to Deliver a Master Class on Analytics

On September 23rd, CTADS hosted a visit by several members of the Intel analytics team: Shamin Shirodkar, Senior Director, Supply Chain Decision Solutions, Zhenying Zhao, Principal Engineer and Operations Research/Data Science Manager and Kalani Chieng, Business Operations Manager. Dr. Zhao, who was a post-doc at the Smith School from 2000 to 2005, delivered a presentation in Frank Auditorium for Smith School faculty and students.

Data Science, Machine Learning and the Looming Shakeup

Potential pitfalls of machine learning include bias and unequal benefits. In healthcare, these stakes are especially serious.

Get Ready For the Feeling Economy

Being able to analyze data will not be the key to your success in the future. If you expect to have a viable career, you better get in touch with your emotions.

A Tool for Closing the Gender Pay Gap

Equal pay for equal work is a simple notion, but surprisingly hard to implement without buy-in from upper management and quantitative tools for decision support.

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