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.
When humans talk to robots
Engineering seniors explore human-robot interactions with information systems professor.
Two new IS lecturers have ASU roots
W. P. Carey welcomed two new information systems lecturers this fall who have ASU roots and bring wide-ranging experience in industry and academia to the classroom.
Fake thumbs can silence real voices in an online commentary
Are online discussions affected by bot-assisted, computer-based propaganda operations? Sang-Pil Han, associate professor of information systems, studied this question as it relates to something vital to democracy: people’s willingness to speak their minds.
Fall IS review: New enrollment record, new faculty, new publications, and more
Along with cooler weather and the start of football season, autumn’s arrival also brings back familiar clubs and workshops of the Department of Information Systems.
Teaching is personal for new IS professor
The W. P. Carey School of Business is "where business is personal." This school motto resonated with new Professor of Information Systems Hong Guo, as did the school’s values of access, excellence, and innovation. Meet her and learn why she believes teaching is personal in the classroom.