Julia Haes has visions. For example, she would like to develop a risk monitor that helps German companies better assess uncertainties in their cooperation with China. “Using artificial intelligence, we aim to analyze political documents and media reports from China to identify decisions that are still just in the making,” explains Haes, who holds a doctorate in business administration and founded the China Institute for German Business in Munich last year.
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