Could you tell difference between a risotto recipe created by a catering company and one created by a robot?
Prof. Sendhil Mullainathan asked his students to put their taste buds to the test in March as part of a new class on artificial intelligence. Rather than focusing on the mechanics of AI, as other UChicago classes do, Mullainathan gives students a strategic understanding of how to deploy AI tools in business, and, more importantly, how to consider what AI does well and what it does badly.
--This article first appeared on the Chicago Booth website.
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