Crain’s 30 Notables in Education Leadership are about teaching, learning, researching and studying. This year’s group includes an assistant professor researching artificial intelligence to help treat cancer patients and an executive whose life work is ensuring all local children have access to affordable preschool.
It becomes more about asking the right question as opposed to simply getting as much information as we can,' Case Western Reserve University's Satish Viswanath says about the use of artificial intelligence in medicine.
Crain’s class of Notable Leaders in Accounting & Consulting for 2023 recognizes an evolving work culture fostered in part by the changes prompted by COVID and in part by a desire to be more representative of the community at large.
'The technology aspect of how we do our job has changed,' says Tracy Vigh of Deloitte. 'And how we're able to use everything from AI to even drones to assist with audit procedures that we used to do manually.'