SIG AIAA Workshop (before the International Conference on Information Systems)

This workshop will address issues related to artificial intelligence, cognitive systems and its applications, particularly with applications to business settings and problems and to autonomous systems. All aspects of artificial intelligence and cognitive intelligence are of interest, including emerging concerns with

AI and Society meeting in Japan

The AI and Society meeting is a Japanese organisation which meets to discuss 'the influence of Artificial Intelligence on society'. Most of the material is in Japanese, but you can read an introduction .

Work in The Age Of AI, Robots, and Algorithms

Type: Syllabus
Author: Diane Bailey
Year of Publishing: 2018
Keywords: doctoral seminar, syllabus

In the past five years or so, the popular media and, more recently, academic discourse, have been brimming with accounts of how new technological advances in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), robots, and algorithms will transform the landscape of work, with ramifications for occupations and employment on a potentially grand scale. In this doctoral seminar, we will examine the claims, the current reality, and likely futures of work in the age of these new technologies.

Comm493: Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Business

Type: Syllabus
Author: Tracy Jenkin
Year of Publishing: 2018
Keywords:

This course will introduce students to the development of software applications drawing on artificial intelligence techniques such as deep learning and machine learning.

Changing Nature of Work (CNoW): Bridging the Workplace of People, Data and Things

There will be a pre-ICIS workshop on the Changing Nature of Work (CNoW): Bridging the Workplace of People, Data and Things in San Francisco, CA, USA on Thursday, December 13, 2018, from 9:00-16:00.

Extended abstracts are due 24 Sept 2018.

For more information and for instructions to submit, see

New Data & Society report on tech and the future of labor

Beyond Disruption: How Tech Shapes Labor Across Domestic Work & Ridehailing uses the experiences of U.S. ridehail, care, and cleaning platform workers to show how technology is reshaping the future of labor.

Call for Papers—Special Issue of Information Systems Research—Humans, Algorithms, and Augmented Intelligence: The Future of Work, Organizations, and Society

Call for Papers—Special Issue of Information Systems Research—Humans, Algorithms, and Augmented Intelligence: The Future of Work, Organizations, and Society

Papers are due 1 Dec 2018.

HCOMP Workshop

This all-day workshop (on 5 July 2018 in conjunction with the HCOMP conference in Zürich Switzerland) has the aim of promoting research convergence among participants on topics related to future forms of work (i.e., humans doing their jobs) with intelligent machines. We define intelligent machines as computing technologies characterized by autonomy, the ability to learn, and the ability to interact with other systems and with humans: robots and algorithms interacting with people.

Round table on The Future of Work: Intelligent Machines, Automation, and Societal Impacts

There was a webcast round table on The Future of Work: Intelligent Machines, Automation, and Societal Impacts. A video of the webcast can be found .

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