Twitter Has Bigger Problems Than The Whistleblower – But Now The Spotlight Is On The Company
Though the issues of bots is serious, "it's the second complaint, however, that may prove more important in the long run," said Mike Chapple, IT professor at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, and author of Cyberwarfare: Information Operations in a Connected World.
Two Notre Dame graduate business programs earn new STEM designations
The Master of Science in Finance and the Master of Science in Management programs, offered by Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, were granted STEM designations in recognition of their quantitative-based curricula.
Does your business need a cloud center of excellence?
In an op-ed for Biz Tech, cyber security expert and professor at the Mendoza College of Business Mike Chapple examines how businesses use cloud resources.
Biz Tech Magazine
Top 10 business analytics MBA programs to take up in 2022
Analytics Insight listed the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business in its list of top 10 MBA programs for those pursuing a career in business analytics.
University encourages students to study crypto assets
This is the third of a three-part series by the Observer exploring the world of cryptocurrencies and crypto-assets on the tri-campus.
Facebook ditches facial recognition feature, to delete data
Tech ethics expert and professor at Mendoza College of Business Kirsten Martin was quoted by UPI in a piece about Facebook's move to delete facial recognition from its platform.
Path to purpose
A study by Ahmed Abbasi, the Academic Director of the Ph.D. Program in Analytics, and his co-researchers found that consumers take very different paths, using different online channels, depending on customer intent and the type of purchase they are making.
Humans vs. automation: Service center agents can outperform technology, study shows
Nicholas Berente, the Viola D. Hank Associate Professor, and Kaitlin Wowak, associate professor of information technology, analytics and operations studied the role of behavioral inertia and how it impacts the quality of service in a call center.
Has the threat of waiving COVID-19 vaccine intellectual property rights had its desired effect?
IT, Analytics & Operations professor and supply chain expert Kaitlin Wowak was quoted in a piece by European Pharmaceutical Review about the challenges to supply chains for PPE such as respirators and N95 masks.
European Pharmaceutical Review
Artificial intelligence tool could increase patient health literacy, study shows
University of Notre Dame researcher John Lalor, an assistant professor of IT, Analytics and Operations at Mendoza College of Business, is part of a team working on a web-based natural language processing system that could increase the health literacy of patients who access their records through a patient portal.