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Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship
As the pace of change quickens, innovation is key for any organisation to stay ahead while entrepreneurship skills – the heartbeat of any economy – are becoming increasingly sought after as the fourth industrial revolution takes hold.
WBS has become a forerunner for Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship research, covering such diverse topics as entrepreneurial leadership, healthcare management, corporate entrepreneurship, open innovation, knowledge management, SME growth and public innovation policies.
The School leads the Enterprise Research Centre, a UK Government-backed multi-million pound project with five other universities to boost SME growth in the country.
Policies to protect privacy online could inadvertently lead to websites sharing personal information more widely, new research shows.
The AI genie is out of the bottle and bosses must adapt, argues Ram Gopal, Head of the Gillmore Centre for Financial Technology at WBS
WBS research found developers should adapt how exercise tracking apps present performance data to engage various groups in different ways.
Does AI really justify the hype? Warwick Business School faculty explore the potential benefits, threats, and limitations of emerging technologies.
To avoid the risks of artificial intelligence, we must understand them. But the technology can remain a force for a good, argues Shweta Singh.
Panellist ChatGPT tells conference that humans will lose the ability to think critically if they become dependent on AI.
The Gillmore Centre for Financial Technology, based at Warwick Business School, will trial AI chatbots as panellists at a two day fintech conference.
Shweta Singh reveals how she is developing a new AI tool called Responsible AI to sift out harmful content and keep children safe online.