Point of View

Using deep learning  to predict the unpredictable - ©madgooch-AdobeStock

Predicting outcomes as diverse as electricity consumption, air quality, subway ridership and market fluctuations is now possible thanks to deep learning. Malo Huard explains this new tool.

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Point of View17 July 2017

The sales revolution

The conference focused on the challenges facing 21st century salesforce management. New players (...)

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CVC is a massive emerging phenomenon in France and worldwide. Although it is less in the spotlight (...)

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This special issue of HEC Knowledge  highlights several research projects and teaching (...)

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Big data has been a key challenge for many sectors or industries such as aeronautical, transport, (...)

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How can the business community measure work’s impact on our well-being? The question was at (...)

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Can standards and other regulatory devices established by corporate social responsibility (CSR) (...)

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On Thursday 19th January, Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of Law at HEC Paris will be at (...)

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