Dr. Darren Prokop Discusses Digitization of Transportation for Freightwaves
Acquiring technology is one thing; capturing a sustainable return on investment (ROI) from it is another. Digitization is about turning information into digital bytes – thereby making it computer readable. Once readable it is now actionable, especially when used in an artificial intelligence (AI) setting.
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Vernon Smith: Classical Economics Lost and Found
Neoclassical elementary consumer demand theory is about individuals choosing utility maximizing continuously variable quantities of goods given prices and “fixed” income.
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Dining Etiquette Training with Candace Smith
Lunch and education on dining with potential employers and colleagues with Candace Smith. A free seminar exclusively for College of Business and Public Policy students.
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Kevin Berry Talks Coronavirus on Alaska Public Media
There are confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the U.S. and a chartered flight evacuated Americans from China through the Anchorage airport before arriving in California. But how big should this concern be compared to annual influenza infections?
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ISER Researchers on PFD and Birth Rate
Since 1982, the Alaska Permanent Fund, a state-owned investment fund established using oil revenues, has paid out an annual dividend to every man, woman, and child living in Alaska, no strings attached.
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