5 & 6 March 2020
Are we headed to a smarter workplace, or a dumber future?
From automating simple tasks to predicting efficiencies, AI has much to offer business. Yet we have also been warned: AI will reinforce biases, hide important decisions, and deplete employment. Are we headed to a smarter workplace, or a dumber future? We will go beyond siloed debate: computer scientists, ethicists, academics, policy makers, and business leaders will come together to share ambitions, experiences, concerns, and visions for the future of AI@Work. By taking part, participants will develop their own take on how AI is shaping the workplace, and what needs to happen next.
Those wishing to participate in the conference by presenting a research paper/report are requested to submit an extended abstract (around 800 words) by October 18, 2019 CEST. Applicants should include their title, institutional affiliation, and indicate the division to which their work belongs (business, labour law & economics, humanities or computer science). Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.