Special Collection: Kellogg Insight
Catch up on the latest research and inights into AI, entrepreneurship, and the science of science from Kellogg Insight. This curated collection is sent exclusively to Kellogg alumni.
Will AI Eventually Replace Doctors?
Maybe not entirely. But the doctor–patient relationship is likely to change dramatically.
David Dranove and Craig Garthwaite
February 1, 2023
Which Workers Suffer Most When New Technology Arrives?
It’s not necessarily who you think.
Leonid Kogan, Dimitris Papanikolaou, Lawrence Schmidt and Bryan Seegmiller
December 6, 2022
In a World of Widespread Video Sharing, What’s Real and What’s Not?
A discussion with a video-authentication expert on what it takes to unearth “deepfakes.”
Nicola Persico and Bertram Lyons
December 22, 2022
At Their Best, Self-Learning Algorithms Can Be a “Win-Win-Win”
Lyft is using ”reinforcement learning” to match customers to drivers—leading to higher profits for the company, more work for drivers, and happier customers.
March 1, 2023
Does the Public Benefit from the Scientific Research It Funds?
A new study quantifies how U.S. taxpayer-funded research is used in patents, media, and policy decisions.
Yin Yin, Yuxiao Dong, Kuansan Wang, Dashun Wang and Benjamin F. Jones
July 7, 2022
Take 5: How to Improve the Odds of Breakthrough Innovation
Thorny problems demand novel solutions. Here’s what it takes to move beyond incremental tweaks.
Sara Moreira, Dimitris Papanikolaou, Niko Matouschek, Kieu-Trang Nguyen, Dashun Wang, Benjamin F. Jones and and coauthors
August 26, 2022
How Experts Make Complex Decisions
By studying 200 million chess moves, researchers shed light on what gives players an advantage—and what trips them up.
Yuval Salant and Jörg L. Spenkuch
November 1, 2022
Podcast: How Can Entrepreneurs Develop a Stellar Sales Pitch?
On this episode of The Insightful Leader’s “Ask Insight,” two seasoned entrepreneurs share wisdom from the trenches.
Carter Cast and Craig Wortmann
July 6, 2022
The Desire to Be Acquired Is Stifling Innovation at Startups
The result is “more-conventional, less-radical, less-novel innovation,” adding a new wrinkle to antitrust debates.
Steven Callander and Niko Matouschek
July 1, 2022
How to Talk About Selling Your Startup without Causing Everyone to Panic
An excerpt from the new book Exit Right explains why you should have the “exit talk” early and often.
Mark Achler and Mert Iseri
February 3, 2022