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" Take pride in how far you have come; have faith in how far you can go. " —Anonymous I n the 21st century, AI has many reasons to be proud, but it wasn't always this way. New technologies such as AI typically follow the hype curve (see Figure 1 1). By the mid-1980s, early successes with expert systems 2–5 caused skyrocketing attendance at AI conferences(More)
1 The key role of the individual in the venture start-up process is unquestioned. Yet, attempts to use individual-level variables to predict who will start a business have had limited success. The cognitive literature shows promise in this regard. However, most research strategies emerging from it rely on retrospective accounts from successful founders.(More)
All rights reserved in all countries. Translation or reproduction of this document in any form whatsoever is prohibited. The authors of texts published in the Rogers – J.A.-Bombardier Chair of Entrepreneurship Working Paper series are solely liable for their contents. ABSTRACT: This paper builds on the work of Chaganti and Greene (2002) who distinguish(More)
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Lopushinsky SR " Evaluating the introduction of extracorporeal life support technology to a tertiary-care pediatric institution: smooting the learning curve through inter-professional simulation training ". A contemporary prediction rule for esophageal atresia (EA) and trachea-esophageal fistula (TEF) ". outcomes of splenectomy in children: Report of the(More)
Entrepreneurship education is an increasingly popular disciplinary area at universities. Usually offered within schools of business management, growth over the last 30 years has been phenomenal. The rationale for offering courses in Entrepreneurship has often been stated as (a) to raise awareness of entrepreneurship as a career option, (b) to motivate(More)
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