Robo-Advisers Are Coming to Consulting and Corporate Strategy

Thomas H. Davenport, Barry Libert, Megan Beck, Harvard Business Review, Jan 12, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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What will the Harvard Business School do if its graduates are replaced by robots? It might not be long. "Robo-advisors, which were introduced in 2008, are steadily eating up market share from their human counterparts much the way that Amazon and Netflix have taken share from Walmart and Regal Cinemas." What's making this happen is not only the increased sophistication of the algorithms but also the increasing availability of corporate data. If we think about it, "

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