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Kellogg Architectures of Collaboration Initiative (KACI)

What Is Computational Social Science?


Professor Brian Uzzi joins industry and academic experts to explore questions critical to the future of applying computational and data science techniques to social science research.
 

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Architectures of Collaboration (KACI)

Connecting People and Intelligence to Accelerate Growth

Explore the Initiative's focus areas: Mind + Machine | Social Networks & Crowds | Leadership.

Having pioneered negotiations and teamwork in management, we build upon these critical and dynamic fields to reinvent executive collaboration through networks, crowds and human-machine partnerships. KACI lives at the emerging intersection of human behavior, digital networks, and data science.

Affiliated Research: Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems


SOCIAL NETWORKS

Using cell phone data to predict the next epidemic

Professor Dashun Wang and colleagues discover mathematical relationship in human behavior that has major implications in an increasingly interconnected business world.
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MIND + MACHINE

3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Improving How Companies Do Business

Navigate the buzz: Professor Adam Pah explains three concrete ways that AI can be used by businesses to become more competitive.
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SOCIAL NETWORKS

How to navigate the politics of an innovation project

Professor Brian Uzzi explains how to understand the politics of innovation, and follow a series of steps to harness these dynamics to your benefit.
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SOCIAL NETWORKS

For Women Job Seekers, Networking Like a Man Isn't Enough

Professor Brian Uzzi shares research which finds women who fill their inner circle with other women are more likely to secure leadership positions.
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MIND + MACHINE

Hackers, empathy and neuroscience

Professor Moran Cerf explores “extreme empathy” as an essential hacking skill and how neuroscience will impact our lives in the future.
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LEADERSHIP

Why warmth Is the underappreciated skill leaders need

Professor Loran Nordgren outlines research on what all true leaders have in common.
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MIND + MACHINE

This Neuroscientist Thinks He Knows the Future of Human Evolution, and It Will Surprise and Inspire You

For the first time in history, humans will play an active role in evolution.
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CROWDS

These neuroscientists are box-office mind readers

Professor Moran Cerf and colleagues explain their research about using brain waves to predict hit movies.
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MIND + MACHINE

Tomorrow's business leaders learn to utilize artificial intelligence

Professor Brian Uzzi shares details of Kellogg's new Human and Machine Learning course with the Wall Street Journal.
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Architectures of Collaboration News

Female scientists get less federal funding than men
Brian Uzzi, Crain’s Chicago Business, March 06, 2019
This Simple Networking Trick Can Double How Much Women Make, According to a New Study of 4 Million Emails
Brian Uzzi, Inc., March 04, 2019
This Strategy Costs Absolutely Nothing and Will Help You Get Better at Almost Anything
Paul L. Corona, Inc., February 28, 2019
Research: men and women need different kinds of networks to succeed
Brian Uzzi, Harvard Business Review, February 25, 2019
The Key to Building a Successful Team
Brian Uzzi, The Wall Street Journal, February 22, 2019

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