New conference explores the impact of artificial intelligence on business

Artificial Intelligence experts debated the promise of smart machines as well as their potential to wreak havoc on the economy at last week’s pioneering Berkeley conference on AI and business. The “AI: Shape the Future” event, organized by students from Haas and Machine Learning at Berkeley and held April 13 at Pauley ballroom, drew a

Classified: Organizational Moonshots course challenges students to think big and bold

Classified articles spotlight some of the more powerful lessons being taught in classrooms around Haas. When Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon in 1969, it was the culmination of the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space programs that President Kennedy had laid out in a speech eight years earlier. “NASA ultimately

Haas team wins first place in Executive Leadership Council case competition

A team from University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business took first place at The Executive Leadership Council’s (ELC) National Business Case Competition for their strategy to help a Fortune 100 company promote and retain more black leaders. The winning team members are Breona (Bree) Jenkins, MBA 19; Andrew Briggs, MBA 19; and, Erin

Delphine Sherman named as Haas chief financial officer

Delphine Sherman, MBA 06, a veteran in education and financial management, has been named the new chief financial officer for the Haas School of Business. For Sherman, the first day on the job was a bit of a homecoming. “I am so excited to be back,” said Sherman, who started April 2, twelve years after

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