Why Privacy Regulations Don’t Always Do What They’re Meant To

Why Privacy Regulations Don’t Always Do What They’re Meant To First, California passed major privacy legislation in June. Then in late September, the Trump administration published official principles for a single national privacy standard. Not to be left out, House Democrat’s previewed their own Internet “Bill of Rights” earlier this month. Sweeping privacy regulations, in short, are likely coming to the […]

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AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness

AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness The United States faces a mental health epidemic. Nearly one in five American adults suffers from a form of mental illness. Digital solutions – many with artificial intelligence (AI) at their core – offer hope for reversing the decline in our mental wellness. AI solutions are arriving at […]

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AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness

AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness Publication Date: October 22, 2018 With the right safeguards in place, technology can help fill a gap in mental health care. To download this product after your purchase, simply sign-in to hbr.org and visit the “Purchases” area of your account. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected […]

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New Supply Chain Jobs Are Emerging as AI Takes Hold

New Supply Chain Jobs Are Emerging as AI Takes Hold Publication Date: August 10, 2018 We’re moving toward a world where people and machines are collaborating, not just coexisting. To download this product after your purchase, simply sign-in to hbr.org and visit the “Purchases” area of your account. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected […]

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