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Realizing Healthcare’s AI Potential

The following insights are derived from a recent session on GenAI in Healthcare. On November 15th, the D^3 Institute’s Generative AI Observatory hosted the first session in its GenAI in Healthcare series, produced in collaboration with the Responsible AI Institute. Speakers Satish Tadikonda (HBS), Nikhil Bhojwani (Recon Strategy), Var Shankar (Responsible AI Institute), and Alyssa […]

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Tech For All Lab Explores Innovation in Women’s Health

Historically, there has been limited attention and innovation in addressing issues like menopause, endometriosis, and menstrual health. This is partly due to the underrepresentation of women as inventors and entrepreneurs. However, some exceptional women like Geetha Manjunath and Linda Griffith have made significant contributions by leveraging their personal experiences and expertise. Geetha Manjunath, with a […]

HBR: Eliminating Algorithmic Bias Is Just the Beginning of Equitable AI

When it comes to artificial intelligence and inequality, algorithmic bias rightly receives a lot of attention. But it’s just one way that AI can lead to inequitable outcomes. To truly create equitable AI, we need to consider three forces through which it might make society more or less equal: technological forces, supply-side forces, and demand-side […]

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Navigating the Jagged Technological Frontier

In collaboration with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), new research from Digital Data Design Institute at Harvard chair and co-founder Karim Lakhani Karim R. Lakhani and others explores field experimental evidence of the effects of AI on knowledge worker productivity and quality. It involved evaluating the performance of 758 consultants, which make up 7% of the […]

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HBR: Reskilling in the Age of AI

In the coming decades, as the pace of technological change continues to increase, millions of workers may need to be not just upskilled but reskilled—a profoundly complex societal challenge that will sometimes require workers to both acquire new skills and change occupations entirely. Companies have a critical role to play in addressing this challenge, but to […]

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