Technology is all around us. But what physical and digital structures actually make up this infrastructure? Furthermore, what sort of implications does the management and control of digital infrastructure have on society and the economy at large?
Susan Athey from Stanford Graduate School of Business has been focusing on how the internet — as one of the world’s largest repositories for information — is mediated by traffic directors and the effect this has had on the news media.
In this talk from our 2017 Digital Transformation Summit, Chiara Farronato an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and Andrei Hagiu a visiting Associate Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management at MIT Sloan School of Management moderated the panel.
In this flash talk from our 2017 Future Assembly conference, Dongmyun Lee from KT Corporation (formerly Korea Telecom) shares KT’s experience moving into and trying to establish a business model in the GiGA-infrastructure commodity market.
Presented at the Digital Initiative 2017 Future Assembly, in this flash talk, Professor Ben Edelman from Harvard Business School explored the issue of “spontaneous deregulation” – when a company deregulating itself by ignoring the laws that disallow its planned activity.
On February 10th, 2016 the Digital Seminar series hosted Hong Luo from Harvard Business School and Julie Mortimer from Boston College. They gave a talk called “Copyright Enforcement: Evidence from Two Field Experiments.”