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AI Transformation Infrastructure

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has initiated groundbreaking reform in the context of economic, corporate, business, managerial, and social processes. The BCE has formulated the concept of AI Transformation, building upon digital transformation. The BCE’s AI Transformation Infrastructure utilizes the technological outcomes of AI to scientifically research the global and individual economic, corporate, business, managerial, individual, and social impacts and processes of AI, as well as its application methodologies and risks. It represents these findings in its education and training, and examines and promotes related global and individual innovation processes through its infrastructure services. The BCE’s AI Infrastructure appears as a multidisciplinary competence, incorporating comprehensive accumulated knowledge, expertise, tools, and human resources related to AI Transformation at the university, involving prominent foreign and domestic institutes and corporate entities, and employing world-renowned scholars for extended periods.

International Board

Yurii Nesterov, Scholar profile
Corvinus University of Budapest, and Université Catholique de Louvain

Cesar A. Hidalgo, Scholar profile
Toulouse School of Economics, Corvinus University, and University of Manchester

Yeung Yam, Scopus profile
Director of the Chinese University of Hong Kong Shenzhen Research Institute

Péter Baranyi, Scholar profile
Corvinus University of Budapest

Participating Research Centers and Institutions of Corvinus University of Budapest

Conferences

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GEN.:2024.04.17. - 05:50:17