New paper published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly. To access the paper, please click [LINK].
J. David Selby (PhD Candidate, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University) and I have an article accepted in Cities. Abstract: Cities, like any complex adaptive systems, may become increasingly fragile if not properly managed. To date, the literature has focused primarily on the examination of cities within fragile countries. This has resulted in a dearth of […]
New working paper available from IZA – Institute for Labor Economics. What Do Parents Value in a Child Care Provider? Evidence from Yelp Consumer Reviews – IZA Discussion Paper No. 11741. Click here to download. This paper exploits novel data and empirical methods to examine parental preferences for child care. Specifically, we analyze consumer reviews of […]
After six wonderful years at Arizona State University, I have moved to Australia to take up an appointment as Professor of Business, Technology and Strategy at the QUT Business School.
I am looking forward to visiting Moscow to deliver a keynote at the Startup Village 2018. Hosted by the Skolkovo Foundation in collaboration with the Foundation’s partners, Startup Village is the largest startup conference for technology entrepreneurs in Russia and the CIS countries. Since its launch, Startup Village has proven itself to be a unique […]
I am looking forward to participating in the Mechanics for the Future: How Can Governments Transform Themselves? session at the Salzburg Global Forum. Governments worldwide are under pressure to meet complex needs as populations age, countries urbanize, and technology transforms lives and work. They have lead responsibility to prepare their societies for a radically changing world, […]
New article in Cutter Business Technology Journal with Lena Waizenegger (Auckland University of Technology) and Gregory S. Dawson (Arizona State University) 9 Recommendations for Designing, Developing, Deploying, and Refining Cognitive Computing Systems This article draws your attention to the design, development, deployment, and refinement of cognitive computing systems (CCSs). While CCSs are deployed in a […]
Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, discussed my recently released report – Delivering Artificial Intelligence in Government: Challenges and Opportunities – on Government Matters. Also covered in Government Executive, Routefifty.com, Nextgov
Delivering Artificial Intelligence in Government – New IBM Center for the Business of Government Report
The IBM Center for the Business of Government released my new report today. Delivering Artificial Intelligence in Government: Challenges and Opportunities This report reviews recent progress made in applying artificial intelligence to public sector service provision, drawing on lessons learned from commercial experience as well as burgeoning cognitive computing activity by Federal, State, local, and […]
Congrats to Saud Alashri on defending his dissertation. Saud will receive his Ph.D in Computer Science from the Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. He will be joining King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) as an assistant professor. Thesis Title: Detecting Frames and Causal Relationships in Climate Change Related Text Databases Based on […]