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One Useful Thing

Ethan Mollick

Trying to understand the implications of AI for work, education, and life. By Prof. Ethan Mollick

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  • Ethan Mollick

    I am a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. I study entrepreneurship & innovation and AI. I am trying to understand what our new AI-haunted era means for work and education.

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