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Keystone Debuts New Book on Competition and Artificial Intelligence

In their latest work, Harvard Business School Professor and Keystone Chairman Marco Iansiti and HBS Professor Karim R. Lakhani show how reinventing the firm around data, analytics, and AI removes traditional constraints on scale, scope, and learning that have restricted business growth for hundreds of years.
November 1, 2019   /   3 Minute Read
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November 2019 — Across the business landscape, data, analytics, and artificial intelligence-driven processes are transforming our work. This transformation poses a series of business and ethical challenges alike as a new type of digital firm emerges.

When traditional operating constraints are removed, strategy becomes a whole new game, one whose rules and likely outcomes this book will make clear. Iansiti and Lakhani:

  • Present a framework for rethinking business and operating models
  • Explain how “collisions” between AI-driven/digital and traditional/analog firms are reshaping competition, altering the structure of our economy, and forcing traditional companies to rearchitect their operating models
  • Explain the opportunities and risks created by digital firms
  • Describe the new challenges and ethical responsibilities for the leaders of both digital and traditional firms

Recently, Forbes profiled Competing in the Age of AI, citing just a few of the common traits between AI-centric firms like Airbnb, Peloton, Microsoft, Amazon, and Netflix.

AI capabilities are expanding every day. Stay informed and put your firm at the cutting edge by pre-ordering your copy of Competing in the Age of AI here.

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