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Why a bad first impression cost Google $100 billion
Google’s launch of Bard, it’s search-integrated, AI-powered chatbot, went wrong when the bot’s first advertisement accidentally showed it was unable to find and present accurate information t... Read more about Why a bad first impression cost Google $100 billion
New AI colleagues? Kelley professor studies digital employees
With rapid progress in computer graphics and advancements in artificial intelligence, human faces are now being put on chat bots and other computer-based interfaces with customers, employees and ot... Read more about New AI colleagues? Kelley professor studies digital employees
Kelley program receives national entrepreneurship award
The IU Kelley School of Business is the recipient of the prestigious 2023 Model Entrepreneurship Program Award, presented by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Kelley MBA student, alum set to play in Super Bowl
As the Kansas City Chiefs make their third Super Bowl appearance in four years, two team players with ties to Indiana University also are poised to return to the big game.
Kelley School online MBA, MS business degrees No. 1 nationally in U.S. News online program rankings
IU boasts 13 online degree programs in the top 10 in this year’s rankings, including programs in business, nursing and education and through IU Online.
Kelley students establish $4.2 million real estate private equity fund
Sample Gates Management Inc. is the largest undergraduate student-managed real estate private equity fund launch, measured by dollars raised, in the country. Students will manage and use the fund t... Read more about Kelley students establish $4.2 million real estate private equity fund
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