Angelina I. T. Kiser, Ph.D.

Angelina Kiser is an Associate Professor and Management Coordinator in the HEB School of Business and Administration at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX. She teaches management courses to undergraduate students and works closely with the information technology professors to integrate the two fields. She has traveled extensively with both professors and students and has had the opportunity to investigate ethics among various cultures. She has explored the varying ethical attitudes with regards to gender, age, and ethnicity. She has various academic journal publications and presented at academic confereces in areas related to technology ethics, business ethics, and diversity.

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AI Speed-Reading for the Masses

AI technology can do more than recognize cats in YouTube videos. It's now used to power Echo and Tesla's self-driving cars.

The Bot That Bluffed Me

A computer beat top poker players. Is this the first of many wins for the computer?

Uber's Campsites

The vast majority of Uber's full-time drivers return home to their beds at the end of a day's work. But all over the country, there are many who don't. Some Uber drivers live out of their cars in various parking lots.

A Real Mr. Fusion Feeds on Used Clothing

Tokyo company Jeplan wants your used clothing. Another fuel alternative may be on its way.

From Angry Birds to Particle Physics

Learn physics with a video game. Will it really teach your kids anything?