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So many ways to be wrong about the future of AI, but it'll outsmart us in the end
Innovation

So many ways to be wrong about the future of AI, but it'll outsmart us in the end

by Fabrice Cavarretta

Fabrice Cavarretta discusses the future of AI.

TOP RESEARCH ESSEC Knowledge Review: Insights into the COVID-19 Crisis
Leadership

ESSEC Knowledge Review: Insights into the COVID-19 Crisis

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

ESSEC professors share their insights and expert analyses on the COVID-19 crisis.

TOP RESEARCH Defining philanthropy in France: how has its meaning evolved over time?
Leadership

Defining philanthropy in France: how has its meaning evolved over time?

by Arthur Gautier

The meaning of philanthropy has evolved over the centuries. In what sense is it still a contested concept?

Business schools in the "Attention Economy"
Leadership

Business schools in the "Attention Economy"

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Estefania Santacreu-Vasut discusses how business schools should provide students with the tools to allocate attention and use knowledge in a world with ever-increasing competition for their attention.

Strategic giving: From “doing good” to “doing it well”
VIDEO

Strategic giving: From “doing good” to “doing it well”

by Anne-Claire Pache

Anne-Claire Pache explains how to consider the five pillars of strategic giving when building a philanthropic strategy.

 On pause or over-consumed: the double life of media in the COVID-19 age
Strategy

On pause or over-consumed: the double life of media in the COVID-19 age

by Judith Andres

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the gap between the sectors that make up the content industry, impacting a fragile economic fabric that serves as a lung for our social lives.

Laissez-faire or policing social networks
Innovation

Laissez-faire or policing social networks

by Guillaume Chevillon

Twitter and Facebook have different approaches to regulating their content: Guillaume Chevillon explains the differences and the impact on their political influence.

A tale of two crises: the epidemic and the economy
Opinion

A tale of two crises: the epidemic and the economy

by Marc Guyot & Radu Vranceanu

The COVID-19 epidemic and the economic crisis have more in common than just their cause: Radu Vranceanu and Marc Guyot discuss.

TOP RESEARCH Statistics in the time of big data
Innovation

Statistics in the time of big data

by Olga Klopp

ESSEC professor Olga Klopp and her colleague Geneviève Robin have developed a new method of data imputation to address the challenges of modern data analysis.

Online Travel: Can Anyone Challenge the Supremacy of Booking and Expedia?
Innovation

Online Travel: Can Anyone Challenge the Supremacy of Booking and Expedia?

by Peter O'Connor

Booking.com and Expedia reign supreme over the online travel market. Peter O'Connor suggests contenders who may topple their reign...

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