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MIT Faculty Shorts

Ethan Zuckerman
Associate Professor of the Practice in Media Arts & Sciences
Director, Center for Civic Media, MIT Media Lab

Mobilizing Mistrust

Ethan Zuckerman
Associate Professor of the Practice in Media Arts & Sciences
Director, Center for Civic Media, MIT Media Lab
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48 mins
ILP Video

MIT Quest for Intelligence

Aude Oliva
Executive Director, MIT Quest for Intelligence
MIT Executive Director at the MIT–IBM Watson AI Lab
Principal Research Scientist, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
The MIT Quest for Intelligence (The Quest) aims to build on MIT?s rich history of innovation and impact in the study of intelligence, our next step towards the future. Comprised of two linked entities, The Core and The Bridge, The Quest aims to advance two fundamental intelligence challenges: Can we reverse engineer intelligence? And, how can we deploy our current and expanding understanding of intelligence to the benefit of society?
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49 mins
ILP Video

What's the European Pathway to Govern AI?

Charlotte Stix
Research Associate/Policy Officer
Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
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47 mins
ILP Video

Creating the Next Generation Enterprise

Stephanie Woerner
Research Scientist
Center for Information Systems Research
MIT Sloan School of Management
How will your company compete in the digital economy? Based on her book What?s Your Digital Business Model? (Harvard Business School Press, 2018), co-authored with Peter Weill and cited by Forbes as one of the top ten business books in 2018, Stephanie L. Woerner presents six questions for business leaders to answer in order to navigate their digital transformation journeys. Stephanie will describe the future business model framework, based on two dimensions of major change enabled by digitization ? getting closer to end consumers and moving from value chains to ecosystems?and show the financial performance of firms pursuing each model with examples drawn from a variety of industries. She will discuss what it takes to succeed in each model and the key capabilities each company must build.
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ILP Video

How Do We Create a Market for Data?

Munther Dahleh
Director, IDSS
William A. Coolidge Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society
Data is recognized as a business asset, but we lack efficient ways to price it, says MIT professor Munther Dahleh. He proposes a marketplace that bases the cost of data on the financial value it generates. Data is an important asset across many domains, including business, but Dahleh, who is also the William A. Coolidge Professor for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, argues that we’re lacking sound ways to verify data’s value. He says the technology for a better data marketplace is already under development. The MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) is creating a cloud-based “Data Lab” that will store data sets securely and offer data processing services to individuals who want to make use of those data sets. This same Data Lab architecture can be used for future commercial data marketplaces.

Dahleh will discuss why current data marketplaces fall short, how a more efficient one would work, why businesses may overestimate the value of their big-data caches, and how the financial value of specific business insights will determine what a collection of data is really worth.
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