W. P. Carey welcomes 3 new faculty

Professors look forward to meeting their colleagues, students, and contributing to the information systems field.

New certificate course teaches Python and database fundamentals at Arizona State Prison

The AZNext and Televerde Foundation partnership culminates in a remote robotics project.

W. P. Carey teaching assistant honored with John W. Teets Award

Xiaohui Zhang was one of three faculty honored with the award this spring for his commitment to educating students about the information systems field.

Artificial intelligence can be ‘double-edged’ sword

ASU expert says getting positive outcomes from AI without negative side effects is a complex problem.

Health care apps could be more effective with an online learning approach

ASU expert says user engagement is crucial to changed behaviors and improved health when using health care apps.

When is the best time to ask for a customer review?

ASU expert says asking for reviews too early can backfire on companies.

Is there a better way to write your academic papers? New research says yes

An ASU information systems professor used Elsevier data, NLP, and machine learning to measure the impact of style in academic writing.

Data with destiny: How medical workers think AI will change health care

Feelings about AI depend on how it is used, according to an informations systems researcher.

Got data? The AIDA Initiative can help

Tackling real-world business and societal problems through AI and data analytics.

Hawaiian Airlines strengthens relationship with ASU

Workforce development, new scholarship help airline grow its technology team with information systems graduates.