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LSE: Don’t fall into the AI doomsday trap

Professor Mark Esposito, Fellow at the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article on artificial intelligence explaining why we should not be afraid of the new technology and how we could benefit in the long run.…

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Recycling and reuse

Article on the circular economy co-authored by Dr Khaled Soufani and colleagues at the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School is chosen as a featured article in the California Management Review. Dr Khaled Soufani An article on the…

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Circular economy

A special issue of Thunderbird International Business Review is guest-edited by Dr Khaled Soufani and two others associated with the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Khaled Soufani The Director, a current and a past Fellow of…

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Circular view on a city.

World Economic Forum: The two big uncertainties shaping our future

The concept of critical uncertainty will allow people to look at the future differently and become more resilient to the challenges, writes Olivier Woeffray. There is now uncertainty around artificial intelligence and who will own this capability, says Mark Esposito,…

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Circular and special

Director Khal Soufani and two Fellows of the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge are guest editors of a new special issue of the California Management Review on the circular economy. The Director and two Fellows of the Circular Economy…

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2018 News: Circular special.

Education catapult

Professor Mark Esposito, a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, argues that new technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence could play a key role in transforming education. In this era of machine meritocracy, the traditional systems of learning and…

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2018 Brainfood: Education catapult.

Publishing Executive: What is natural language processing and affective computing

Cambridge Judge Business School’s fellows Dr Mark Esposito and Dr Terence Tse co-authored an article about natural language processing and how computers can recognise and interpret languages, for example by employing chatbots. Read the full article [ subscription only]…

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Technology and farming

'Vertical farming' can help address food security issues, says new article in Stanford Social Innovation Review authored by Cambridge Judge academics. Vertical farming, which uses technology to produce food in vertically stacked layers, could help address food security issues in…

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The Future Leadership Institute: Reducing food waste

Better collaboration with farmers, processors and consumers could help retailers reduce the huge amount of wasted food, says Harvard Business Review article by three Cambridge Judge academics. Retailers can both reduce waste and remain competitive if they strengthen retail partnerships…

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SmartBrief on Sustainability: Retailers can take strategic steps to reduce food waste

Supermarket chains and other major food retailers can help address the problem of food waste by adopting a strategy based on four key factors, professors Yasemin Kor, Jaideep Prabhu and Mark Esposito write. Recommendations include using updated inventory technology and…

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