Corporate Management in the Age of AI

  title={Corporate Management in the Age of AI},
  author={Martin Petrin},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
  • M. Petrin
  • Published 4 March 2019
  • Business
  • SSRN Electronic Journal
Recent media reports and press releases have created the impression that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is on the verge of assuming an important role in corporate management. While, upon closer inspection, it turns out that these stories should not always be taken at face value, they clearly highlight AI’s growing importance in management and hint at the enormous changes that corporate leadership may experience in the future. This Article attempts to anticipate that future by exploring a thought… 
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