Hear what drives the innovators, leaders, and thinkers of Columbia Business School in this podcast hosted by Fahad Ahmed ’17.
How Data Happened: A History from the Age of Reason to the Age of Algorithms
In this episode of Columbia Bizcast, listen to a recording of a recent CBS event featuring Chris Wiggins, professor of applied mathematics and systems biology at Columbia University. He speaks about his new book, How Data Happened, co-authored with Matthew Jones. Professor Wiggins explains that the technologies that now shape our daily realities didn’t just appear overnight. They have rich and detailed histories that go back centuries and span the globe.
This event was facilitated by Professor Bruce Kogut, as part of the School’s Business, AI, and Democracy series.
Exploring Democracy in the Age of AI
In this episode of Bizcast we speak with Columbia Business School Professor Bruce Kogut, who shares insights and reflections on the impact of social and traditional media, government regulation, misinformation, and new and emerging technologies on democracy.
Climate Change and the New American Economy
In this episode of Columbia Bizcast, listen to a recording of a recent CBS event featuring Brian Deese, MIT innovation fellow and former director of the National Economic Action Council at the White House. Deese discusses climate action and economic opportunities in the wake of the Inflation Reduction Act.
NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang Shares AI Insights, Leadership Lessons
In this episode of Columbia Bizcast, Jensen Huang, President and CEO of NVIDIA, joins Dean Costis Maglaras to discuss the future of the AI industry and share insights and lessons from building his tech company into a $1 trillion giant.
Understanding and Unleashing the Power of Blockchain
In this episode of Bizcast, Ciamac Moallemi, the William von Mueffling Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, takes us through the basics of the new technology, shares the opportunities and disadvantages it offers, and discusses how CBS is preparing students to be at the forefront of this emerging field.
Fostering Entrepreneurship and Innovation at CBS
Director of the Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School Lara Hejtmanek ’99 discusses how the School supports students and alumni in their entrepreneurial journeys: from startup idea to launch and beyond.
As a fan of the Virgin brand, I loved hearing the episode with Shai Weiss. So glad to hear the work they’re doing to grow their brand and allow people to experience everything I love about the company. Thanks for sharing!
An Insight to the CBS Network
An MBA is as much about the network as it is the education. A “Columbia MBA” has the education. There’s no doubt about that. What’s unknown is what the network is like. This show gives an inside look into this very important element of every business school. So glad I found it because it’s really helping my decision making of which b school to go to.
I’m a fan of GOT! Stumbled across Win Or Die. What an amazing take on the great characters. Loved the lesson on adversity.