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AI, Data Science & Business
The unintended consequences of AI & data science
AI technologies (including algorithms, automated systems, Big Data, machine learning, etc.) create paradoxes and unintended consequences. Specifically, this sub-area intends to study how AI devices or AI "agencements" reconfigure and redistribute relations between actors and actants, sometimes very unexpectedly and erratically. Three types of issues will be investigated: social, normative, and ethical. Initial research questions focus on a diversity of sectors (such as finance, accounting, or social care), and a diversity of specific phenomena (the body and its relationship with technological affordances, parasitic technologies, decision-making, and the value/fact distinction or RegTech imaginaries, for instance).
Ongoing research projects include:
- How to prevent the mechanisms of misinformation?
- What is technostress, and why does it occur?
- How to correct deviant digital behaviour in the workplace?
- What are the relationships between cryptocurrency and terrorism?
- The dark side of electronic human resource management
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Research Talk Monday, June 24, Online and Paris Campus, Elise Berlinski, Copenhagen Business School Algorithmic Agencements: Tinder Economization of Desire.
Paper Session #2-April 1st, 2022- Online-developing a shared working paper: What is the main message you’d like to convey in a collective paper? How does it answer the main concern of our AoE on the unintended consequences and paradoxes generated by AI devices (algorithms, automated systems, Big Data, machine learning, etc.); or: how AI devices / AI agencements reconfigure and redistribute relations between actors and actants, sometimes very unexpectedly and erratically?
Reading group and Co-authored paper-February 4, 2022-Online- two papers
Editors Talk –January 20, 2021 –Online-- Guest speaker: Prof. Christian Janiesch is Professor for Enterprise Computing at the TU Dortmund University. His research focusses on intelligent systems at the intersection of business process management and artificial intelligence with frequent applications in the Industrial Internet of Things. He is editor for BISE, IJMR, and JBA. He has authored over 150 scholarly publications. This has appeared in journals such as the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Information & Management, Business & Information Systems Engineering, Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Future Generation Computer Systems as well as in various major international conferences including ICIS, ECIS, BPM, and HICSS and has been registered as U.S. patents.
Meeting –December 2, 2021-Online- The goal of this meeting is to know about the progress of the research projects that were granted funds under the respective sub-areas. Several grant holding faculty members will be presenting the progress of their research project and sharing their experiences.
Editors Talk – November 18, 2021 -Prof. Cheng Zhang Abstract:The Internet unrestricted the physical limitations of human trajectories and liberates is a professor and chair at Department of Information Management & Information Systems, Fudan University, China. His research interests include IT business value and innovation. He has more than 40 papers published by prestigious journals including MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal on Computing, Production and Operations Management, Marketing Science, and Journal of Marketing.
Examples of courses linked to this sub-Area include: "Digital Markets and Society", "Ethics, Consumption and Technology"
Professors: Gaël Bonnin, Gaurav Gupta, Julien Jacqmin, Rouslan Koumakhov, Marc Lenglet, Pierre Lescoat, Vijay Pereira, Najma Saidani, Antoine Souchaud, Maria-Carolina Zanette.
Several projects in the sub-AE are the result of collaborations with researchers from international institutions such as: ICN Business School (FR), Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IN), University of Stirling (UK), University of Bristol (UK), University of South Australia (AU), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IN), Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon (IN), University of Kent (UK), FGV-EAESP (BR), Aston University (UK), Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology (NZ), University of Rouen (FR), The Open University Business School (US), University of Wollongong Dubai (UAE), Loyola University (US), University of Birmingham (UK), Newcastle University (AU)