Wharton Stories: Technology

Supply chains today are more globalized than ever. Wharton Impact Venture Associates (WIVA) students discuss an impact investing deal for a startup that helps consumers support fair trade and sustainable practices.

Blockchain for Good(s): Creating More Visibility in Global Supply Chains

Abhishek Prakash, WG’20, says the diversity of perspectives and collaborative learning environment in the EMBA program is worth the commute from Houston.

How Wharton is Helping this Oil and Gas Executive Shape His Industry

During this time of rapid adoption of technology, how can companies use digital tools to stay afloat and stay relevant? Scott Synder weighs in.

All Leaders Need to ‘Think Digital’ in the Age of COVID-19

Working from home can be difficult, but online platforms like Slack are offering creative solutions to keep workers connected.

Slack CFO: How to Lead a Team When Working Remotely

From the Turing Test to IBM’s Jeopardy–winning Watson, artificial intelligence has continuously pushed the status quo. How can people in business better understand and use this growing technology?

Using Artificial Intelligence in Business: A Talk with Kartik Hosanagar

The 24-hour competition pushed students of all backgrounds to practice teamwork, experimentation, and forward thinking as they brainstormed brand solutions for Ralph Lauren.

Creating Space for Creativity: Wharton’s IDEATHON 2020

Four student teams wow’d the judges at the 2020 Y-Prize competition and took home prize money to invest in their ideas about how to repair and harvest energy from metal.

Bright Idea: An Eco-Friendly, Affordable Lighting Solution Wins the 2020 Y-Prize

5 Online Dating Trends from OKCupid CEO

There’s still so much companies don’t understand about data collection and AI. Timnit Gebru weighs in on some things companies should keep in mind.

Timnit Gebru: 5 Takeaways About the State of Artificial Intelligence

“It is not GMAT-lite. Prepare with the same effort and dedication that you would for the GMAT or GRE,” advises Emily Kort, WG’21, who describes herself as a “non-quant person.”

An EMBA Student Shares Her Strategic Study Plan for the Executive Assessment