WALL STREET JOURNAL .………… The future looks very different today than it did before Jan. 31, the day President Trump closed travel with China in reaction to the Covid-19 outbreak. As the world struggles through this crisis, one thing that will follow is a massive reset in how businesses and governments plan and forecast.
THE NEW ATLANTIS………..World War II shapes how we think about science today more than does any other historical event of the last century, except perhaps for the Moon landing. Hiroshima and Nagasaki in particular stand as images — both awe-inspiring and horrific — of the raw power of scientific discovery.
CITY JOURNAL …… Last week, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified, Saudi Arabia demonstrated how much oil still matters and how much power it still wields.
KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ………… In this interview, we would like to discuss some of the most important aspects of AI with you and get your insights and opinions on this rapidly emerging technology. To begin, how do you define AI and what does this technology encompass?
NATIONAL REVIEW …….. To see the future of energy innovation, we need look no further than two iconic Silicon Valley inventions of our century: the Tesla and the iPhone.
CITY JOURNAL ……. Once upon a time, tech companies were upstarts, striving to change the world order. Not anymore.