Jul 15, 2019
Artificial Intelligence and Automation. For some, these garner images of a future filled with exciting advances that will impact important industries and services, such as transportation, healthcare, national security and more. For others, it raises concerns across a spectrum that can stretch from a fear of employment opportunities lost to machines to militant robots taking over the world. Joining me is Ramayya Krishnan, INFORMS President and the William W. and Ruth F. Cooper professor of Management Science and Information Systems and dean of the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, to shed some light on artificial intelligence and its impact.