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Corporate executives have begun to glimpse the strategic value of incorporating artificial intelligence as an “employee” within their organization. In this Kenan Insight, we explore a framework that outlines the critical elements for harnessing the potential of human-AI working relationships.

A panel of experts convened by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and its affiliated Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise will be offering a press briefing via webinar on re-starting the economy following the COVID-19 pandemic. Join Tuesday, June 16, at 11 a.m. EDT.

Join part two of our two-part discussion on data privacy as we examine the integration and privacy concerns presented by contact tracing. The conversation will explore how current data protections laws address the issue, and will cover potential regulatory changes we might see in response to the current crisis.

Join part one of our two-part discussion on data privacy as we examine the integration and privacy concerns presented by contact tracing. The conversation will explore how current data protections laws address the issue, and will cover potential regulatory changes we might see in response to the current crisis.

The Kenan Institute will host an exclusive conversation with Roger McNamee, a long-time Silicon Valley insider currently on tour for his new book "ZUCKED: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe."

We are now in the age of Big, and, seemingly, ever Bigger Data. The current public discussion focuses on the avalanche of data, due to fact that nearly all written (and other) materials are now available in a digital format, which simplifies their accessibility, extraction, classification, and analysis. Even more so, the adoptions of online digital platforms create new and ever-larger data quantities every day. While created for other purposes the potential for scientific socio-economic research appears simultaneously extremely promising and extremely uncertain – very much like answers in search of good questions.