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Using Artificial Intelligence to Set Information Free by Andrew S. Winston, Robert D. Austin, Andrew J. Hoffman, George Westerman, Andrew W. Moore, R. Edward Freeman, Bidhan Parmar, Hal R. Varian, Catherine J. Turco, Tim O'Reilly, Teppo Felin, Stephan Kudyba, Thomas H. Davenport, Edward E. Lawler III, Thomas Williams, Christopher G. Worley, Frank T. Rothaermel, Ha Hoang, Greg Kerr, Leslie P. Willcocks, Mary C. Lacity, Derek van Bever, Thomas Bartman, Henry Chesbrough, Andrew McAfee, Douglas A. Ready, Pankaj Ghemawat, Julian Birkinshaw, Lynda Gratton, Rita Gunther McGrath, Erik Brynjolfsson, Vijay Govindarajan, Michael Schrage, Clayton M. Christensen, Reid Hoffman

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Set Information Free

We are on the cusp of a major breakthrough in how organizations collect, analyze, and act on knowledge.

Editor’s Note: This article is one of a special series of 14 commissioned essays MIT Sloan Management Review is publishing to celebrate the launch of our new Frontiers initiative. Each essay gives the author’s response to this question:

“Within the next five years, how will technology change the practice of management in a way we have not yet witnessed?”

Artificial intelligence is about to transform management from an art into a combination of art and science. Not because we’ll be taking commands from science fiction’s robot overlords, but because specialized AI will ...

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