Professor Anindya Ghose sees life getting even faster with mobile tech: Bloomberg View (bloomberg.com) columnist Barry Ritholtz (ritholtz.com) interviews Anindya Ghose, a professor of information, operations and management sciences as well as marketing at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He tells Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz that technology is changing things even more rapidly than we might have guessed only a few years ago. The future as envisioned in such science fiction films as Philip K. Dick’s “Minority Report” isn’t several decades away -- it's only two or three years away, and will profoundly change economies.
Ghose is Director of the Masters of Business Analytics program at NYU, and author of Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy.
"Think of the mobile as a butler, not a stalker." -Prof Anindya Ghose, on using customer analytics.
Embarking on a multi-country book tour. Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, HoChiMin city, Kolkata, Mumbai, Vancouver, Beijing, Harbin & Seoul! pic.twitter.com/utpfwAejba— Anindya Ghose (@aghose) June 9, 2017
This is one of the best reads on Bitcoin and crypto currencies ever! Long but excellent.https://t.co/PPPDGPUST3— Anindya Ghose (@aghose) July 1, 2017
Congratulations @Akshay001 on the mention! When Should a Founder Say Goodbye to his/her Start-up? by @SanchDash https://t.co/TwfO2GPz2w— Anindya Ghose (@aghose) July 4, 2017
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