What does all of this mean for the not-so-distant future? There are many predictions but Carone believes car ownership will plummet. Instead, more people will rely on Uber- and Lyft-type apps that deliver self-driving cars on demand.…
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A fall 2018 conference at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business will explore the ethical issues arising from the use of AI in business and larger culture. “Artificial Intelligence and Business Ethics: Friends or Foes?” will take place Sept. 19-20 on the University campus.
Timothy Carone, an associate teaching professor in the Department of Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations, was interviewed for a story on continuing efforts to develop a self-driving cars despite recent deaths involving test vehicles. …
A new study examining health care data breaches and the effectiveness of IT security investments by Corey Angst, professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations in …
Scott Nestler was a guest on a sports analytics podcast hosted by the Great Lakes Analytics in Sports Conference. Nestler, an associate teaching professor in the Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations Department…
Timothy Carone was interviewed for an Associated Press story on Facebook's self-assessment of its ability to police offensive content and fake accounts.
There’s more to blockchain technology than Bitcoin.
A new MBA competition hosted by the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business will focus on innovative business uses for blockchain, the distributed database technology that powers cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Teams from seven business schools will share their ideas and compete for $10,000 in prize money during the Notre Dame MBA Technology Innovation Challenge from 1 to 5 p.m. April 20 (Friday) in Mendoza’s Jordan Auditorium. The event, sponsored by Thomson Reuters, is open to the public.
Sports analytics expert Michael McRoberts will discuss trends and techniques in using analytics to manage team performance during a talk at the University of Notre Dame at 6:30 p.m., April 9.
The Associated Press interviewed Mike Chappel, associate teaching professor in the IT, Analytics, and Operations Department at Mendoza College of Business, for a story on methods law enforcement officials use to track people’s location through their phones.
Timothy Carone, associate teaching professor at Mendoza College of Business, was interviewed for an Associated Press article about Facebook's data mining fallout.
Mike Chapple, associate teaching professor and the academic director for the Master of Science in Business Analytics program at Mendoza College of Business, wrote a piece on password security for FedTech.
Idris Adjerid, a Mendoza professor who specializes in health technology and privacy, comments on the plans of the CEOs of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase to form a health-care company to provide better solutions for their employees.
Mendoza's new business analytics degree program is featured in this Poets & Quants story, which discusses the burgeoning demand for graduates who can interpret big data.
Mike Chapple, associate teaching professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, explains the threat of two recent vulnerabilities.
"We cannot assume that our dependency on these devices will stop at mundane questions and requests," writes automation expert Timothy Carone.
"Service providers shouldn't restrict our access to the internet," says Mike Chapple, academic director for the Notre Dame Master of Science in Business Analytics.
Marketing and advertising can benefit, according to research by Hong Guo and Sarv Devaraj.
Business Problem Solving students create industry solutions based on Microsoft HoloLens.
Automation expert Timothy Carone says the goal should be to remove trucks from the road, not automate them.
Idris Adjerid studies the economics of privacy and the impact of health information technology on patient outcomes and health-care costs.
Social media platforms can't dwell on last year's fake news battles, technology expert Timothy Carone writes for CNBC.
Cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple says artificial intelligence isn't the only solution to fixing problems with misleading social media advertising.
Technology expert Tim Carone says the service likely will be better received by young families, who are not as concerned about privacy as older generations.