Accenture’s Chief Technology & Innovation Officer Paul Daugherty is intimately familiar with how artificial intelligence has already changed a great many aspects of the current business landscape. A recent guest speaker at the McIntire School’s 11th annual Knowledge Continuum, the co-author of Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI drew from many of the insightful tactics discussed in his book to detail how AI is already transforming business processes within organizations, and how it will change how companies operate in the future.
McIntire’s “Promotions” class is having a phenomenal year. After successful showings at both the district and semifinal levels, the class’s presenting team is headed to Chicago for the American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) Finals, June 7-9.
For their outstanding scholarship and contributions to the learning of their peers, M.S. in MIT graduates Elizabeth Majewski (M.S. in MIT ’17), Rajesh Nilawar (M.S. in MIT ’17), and Fernando Velasco (M.S. in MIT ’17) were recognized during the McIntire Diploma Ceremony, held Sunday, May 20, 2018. The three received the M.S. in Management of Information Technology Award for Excellence in Leadership and Technology for understanding how IT contributes to business value and serving as an exemplar of the M.S. in MIT Program’s objectives.
Ozair Ahmad (McIntire ’18) is deeply indebted to his UVA mentors for his McIntire experiences and the upcoming opportunities that stand to define his future.
Family is everything to McIntire student Maria Ernestina Castillo (McIntire ’18).
A diverse group of promising young people from myriad backgrounds, McIntire students have limitless potential.
Idrissa Ndiaye (McIntire '18) enjoys solving business problems, but he really loves helping people.