May 28, 2014
The Hungarian IT publication Computerworld reports: IBM Hungary has tightened its relations with the academic world. It has launched a joint research program with PannonUniversity and announced a Master of Busienss Analytics degree program with CentralEuropeanUniversity. It also helps startups by mentoring. For copyright reasons, the article is available in the monthly edition (pp. 8-9, Amit megosztasz, azza leszel).
May 28, 2014
The Hungarian IT publication Computerworld reports: Gyorgy Bogel, Professor at CEUBusinessSchool, cited an Economist survey at the plenary of the 21st Partnering Conference held on May 15-16, according to which the probability that the work of economists will be carried out by a machine within 20 years is 43 percent. As for telephone sales representatives and call center assistants, the probability of this scenario is 99 percent – in other words, these jobs will surely be transformed, if not eliminated, in the next two decades.
May 23, 2014
http://gazdasagiradio.hu/cimlap/a-sikerhez-vezeto-kulcs-showmusor-es-ugyfelelmeny-1331 - Hungarian economic news portal gazdasagiradio.hu reports: Gyorgy Bogel, Professor at CEU Business School, participated and lectured at a conference in Gyor on the probability of encountering robots at customer service points. Previous Hungarian item of coverage:
May 21, 2014
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1021124-nincs-kozos-energiapolitika/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Central European countries are at the mercy of their gas providing company, Gazprom, and there can be no change expected until the introduction of a unified European energy policy, citing the CEU roundtable on the implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on Central and Eastern Europe’s gas supply, organized by the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Sciences
May 14, 2014
Hungarian economic monthly, Forbes published an article by Georgiu Achilles, Program Director of the Master’s in Information Technology program at CEUBusinessSchool. For copyright reasons, the article is available in the magazine (Vol. XLV, issue 9, Hid az uzlet es a technologia kozott).
May 13, 2014
http://hvg.hu/tudomany/20140513_3_millio_szabad_allas_lesz_bigdata - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: 4.4 million job opportunities will be created by Big Data all over the world by the end of next year. In Hungary, a relevant program will be offered by Central European University starting from 2015. Quite unique in Europe, the Master’s in Business Analytics program will primarily welcome economists and sociologists. Other Hungarian items of coverage: