Assistant Professor of Instruction
Room: CIS 2085B
Abdallah Musmar is an assistant professor of instruction at the Muma College of Business, with a specialization in generative AI entrepreneurship and AI strategy. His role involves a deep exploration of AI's many facets, from understanding how to combat fake news using Agent-Based Modeling to extracting insights from cryptocurrency news. He is a passionate advocate for AI and actively collaborates with businesses aiming to embrace its transformative powers.
Prior to his association with the Muma College of Business, Musmar held a vital role at PwC. There, he contributed significantly to the formation of an AI team within the center of excellence for data & analytics, serving the PwC US firm's broader needs and ensuring its competitive edge in AI applications and innovations. Further enriching his professional journey are his years at Hewlett Packard as a data science consultant, where he worked closely with a diverse range of clients to enhance their data analytics capabilities.
An entrepreneurial spirit, he is the founder of myWizard.ai, a venture reimagining daily communications with the aid of AI agents. He is also a partner at two innovative AI companies: Holistic Intelligence for Global Good (HIGG) and Hyperbloom.ai, both of which underscore his dedication and vision for AI-driven solutions in the business landscape.
Abdallah obtained a master's degree in Information Systems Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from An-Najah National University. This synthesis of academic and professional experiences firmly establishes his standing in the expansive domain of AI.