Prediction machines : the simple economics of artificial intelligence / by Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans and Avi Goldfarb
By: Agrawal, Ajay.
Contributor(s): Gans, Joshua | Goldfarb, Avi.Publisher: Boston, M.A. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2018Description: 250 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781633695672.Subject(s): Information technology | Artificial intelligence | Strategy | Decision makingOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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Machine intelligence -- Cheap changes everything. PREDICTION: Prediction machine magic -- Why it's called intelligence -- Data is the new oil -- The new division of labor. DECISION MAKING: Unpacking decisions -- The value of judgment -- Predicting judgment -- Taming complexity -- Fully automated decision making. TOOLS: Deconstructing work flows -- Decomposing decisions -- Job redesign. STRATEGY: AI in the C-suite -- When AI transforms your business -- Your learning strategy -- Managing AI risk. SOCIETY: Beyond business.
Dispels hype around AI, arguing its main benefit for business lies in helping leaders make sound decisions. Reveals how to combine time-tested tools with prediction technology to create new business structures and strategies.