Mind + Machine > Mind or Machine
At Kellogg, we believe human-machine partnerships spur innovation and creativity, scale human achievements, and drive innovative strategies in an increasingly complex business world. Explore how Mind + Machine partnerships are transforming the business landscape (and beyond) with this collection of faculty insights.
Two new studies look at who wins the prestigious grants and prizes that can make or break a scientist’s career.
Brian Uzzi, Diego FM Oliveira, Yifang Ma and Teresa Woodruff
May 2, 2019
Simply being well-connected is not enough.
Researchers: Yang Yang, Nitesh V. Chawla and Brian Uzzi
March 1, 2019
Users isolate themselves in social media echo chambers, even when they start out looking at a variety of posts.
Researchers: Alessandro Bessi, Fabiana Zollo, Michela Del Vicario, Michelangelo Puliga, Antonio Scala, Guido Caldarelli, Brian Uzzi and Walter Quattrociocchi
April 6, 2017
The relationship between humans and computers is deepening. What does the future hold?
Researchers: Brian Uzzi, David Ferrucci and Sandra Waxman
December 2, 2016
Mining digital communications for emotions can lead to better decisions.
Researchers: Bin Liu, Ramesh Govindan and Brian Uzzi
May 5, 2016
Day traders behave like bees when deciding what to buy and sell.
Researchers: Serguei Saavedra, R. Dean Malmgren, Nicholas Switanek and Brian Uzzi
December 1, 2014
Research shows that the gap between these disciplines is growing, which could make it harder to address social and ethical problems.
Researchers: Morgan Frank, Dashun Wang, Manuel Cebrian and Iyad Rahwan
July 1, 2019
Large and small teams produce different types of breakthroughs, according to an analysis of 50 million patents, software products, and academic papers.
Researchers: Lingfei Wu, Dashun Wang and James Evans
February 13, 2019
Whom you call is linked to where you travel, which dictates how viruses spread.
Researchers: Pierre Deville, Chaoming Song, Nathan Eagle, Vincent D. Blondel, Albert-László Barabási and Dashun Wang
From tweets to scientific discoveries, human behavior is surprisingly predictable.
Researchers: Dashun Wang and Duncan Watts
October 3, 2016
Jobs in small cities will likely be hit hardest. Check how your community and profession will fare.
Researchers: Morgan Frank, Manuel Cebrian, Hyejin Youn, Lijun Sun and Iyad Rahwan
April 10, 2018
Here are four of the most significant trends.
Researchers: Adam Pah
July 8, 2019
How humans and robots are learning to trust each other.
Researchers: Adam Waytz, Rima Touré-Tillery, Brenna Argall and Todd Murphey
November 3, 2016
Cognitive biases help explain our polarized media climate.
Researchers: Adam Waytz
March 6, 2017
Social robots can boost our self-esteem and offer a shoulder to cry on.
Researchers: Gurit E. Birnbaum, Moran Mizrahi, Guy Hoffman, Harry T. Reis, Eli J Finkel and Omri Sass
January 5, 2017
A conversation between researchers at Kellogg and Microsoft explores how behavioral science can best be applied.
Researchers: Noshir Contractor and Duncan Watts
September 10, 2018
Plus, an algorithm that can identify new social-media hashtags as they emerge.
Researchers: Jennifer Cutler and Ashwin Ram
January 3, 2018
What your kids’ toys are learning about your household
December 21, 2015
Computational social science aims to discover universal facts.
Researchers: Brian Uzzi
May 1, 2015
Human-machine partnerships can lead to faster, more innovative decisions
November 20, 2015
How machine learning will change education, product development, and decision-making.
Researchers: David Ferrucci
July 6, 2015