Researching practical applications of AI in accounting
Cory Ng is pleased to announce a forthcoming book Artificial Intelligence in Accounting: Practical Applications to be published by Routledge in December 2020. The book, co-authored by John Alarcon, DBA ’18, aims to provide accounting practitioners, researchers, educators and students with a foundational understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and its many accounting applications. “In recent years, my focus […]
A virtual blueprint for the future
As Brian Sassano, BBA ’08, scoured the online course catalog for the spring 2020 semester, one class caught his attention. The topic of Fintech, Blockchain and Digital Disruption was appealing, but the course piqued his interest for another reason. “When I went to register, there was kind of a disclaimer on the course itself,” says […]
Association for Information Systems Student Chapter Leadership Competition goes virtual!
As student events across the country have been either canceled or postponed, the Association for Information Systems (AIS) Student Chapter Leadership Conference (SCLC) decided to go virtual, putting the skills that students have learned to proper use. Steven Scarlow, assistant professor in the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS) and the AIS faculty advisor, discusses […]
Fox School introduces first-ever VR course to Online MBA program
Fintech, Blockchain and Digital Disruption course to be held in new virtual reality format PHILADELPHIA, March 18, 2020 — Bora Ozkan doesn’t do virtual reality. Good luck if you try to get him to play video games. “It’s just never been my interest. I don’t even own a VR headset,” says Ozkan, assistant professor of […]