Special Collection: Kellogg Insight 2024
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Special Collection: Kellogg Insight 2024

Catch up on the latest research and insights into AI, enlightened disagreement, and entrepreneurship from Kellogg Insight. Enjoy this  specially curated collection sent exclusively to Kellogg alumni.

AI
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Finance & Accounting

The Dos and Don’ts of Regulating AI

How can governments capitalize on AI’s benefits while minimizing its dangers? New research examines several policies—and identifies a promising approach.

Shadow of judges over tennis court
Policy

AI Has Entered the Court. Is This Changing Umpires’ Calls?

The Hawk-Eye review system in professional tennis has made umpires more accurate in many cases—but not all.

Leadership

Podcast: AI Is a Tool. How Do We Want to Use It?

Generative AI is like “a hammer looking for a nail.” On this episode of The Insightful Leader: we have to decide what the nail should be.

Machine taking ideas and standardizing them into blocks
Social Impact

The Big Trade-off at the Heart of Generative AI

Tools like ChatGPT can improve efficiency at the individual level—but could lead to large societal problems.

ENLIGHTENED DISAGREEMENT
Woman running away from social media posts that are attacking her
Social Impact

What’s Behind the Rush to Join an Internet Pile-on?

A new study investigates the reputational rewards of publicly condemning others before getting the whole story.

online users reading extreme content in vortex
Politics & Elections

How Trolls Poison Political Discussions for Everyone Else

Online political debate isn’t inherently toxic, a new study of Reddit commenters finds. Instead, it becomes toxic because of the kind of commenters who opt in.

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Politics & Elections

One Nation, Too Divided?

Political sectarianism is rampant in the U.S. Three experts discuss whether we can remain united.

Policy

How Former Enemies Can Develop Trust

A simple intervention can help diffuse animosity toward onetime armed foes, a study shows.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP
entrepreneur pitches to venture capitalists
Entrepreneurship

Preparing for an Investor Meeting? Here’s How to Position Your Startup

An entrepreneurship expert—and longtime investor—offers advice for making your company attractive, whether the market is hot or cold.

entrepreneurs pitch to venture capitalists for funding
Entrepreneurship

Take 5: How to Sell Your Startup from the Start

Advice from our experts on pitching your idea—and yourself.

star on red carpet opening coat to reveal drinks
Entrepreneurship

Could Aligning with a Star Help Your Brand?

Celebrity brands are on the rise. Here’s what to know before you pursue a famous business partner.

man standing on hilltop overlooking city
Entrepreneurship

3 Traits of Successful Market-Creating Entrepreneurs

Creating a market isn’t for the faint of heart. But a dose of humility can go a long way.

SCIENCE OF SCIENCE
Organizations

Organizations Are Complex. Complexity Science Can Help Us Understand Them.

You can’t study the behavior of a flock by looking at individual birds. It’s time to bring that holistic approach to the social sciences, too.

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Innovation

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.

scientist in hall of mirrors
Innovation

How AI Can Help Researchers Navigate the “Replication Crisis”

A new tool predicts whether a specific study is likely to replicate, building confidence in the findings among scientists, funding agencies, and the public.