For centuries, while new technologies have inspired concerns about the future of work, advances have resulted in new occupations taking place of old. But does the development of artificial intelligence portend something new and different?
Come have lunch and discuss how artificial intelligence and deep machine learning are changing the economy and your future as a leader. Our distinguished guests - Beth Beckhy (expert on leadership and micro-sociology of work), Robert Seamans (expert on competitive strategies for tech industry), and Melissa Schilling (expert on deep artificial intelligence), - will discuss the implications of these technologies on industries, human capital, and competition.
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Professor Schilling’s research focuses on innovation and strategy in high technology industries such as smartphones, video games, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electric vehicles, and renewable energies. She is particularly interested in platform dynamics, networks, creativity, and breakthrough innovation.
She is an author of 'Quirky', and 'Strategic Management of Technological Innovation'.
Professor Bechky is an ethnographer who studies interactions and dynamics at organizational and occupational boundaries. She is interested in how workers collaborate to solve problems, coordinate their activities, respond to surprises and innovate. Professor Bechky is the co-editor of Qualitative Organizational Research and was formerly a senior editor at Organization Science. Her research interest is in micro-sociology of work.
Professor Seamans' research focuses on how technology and governance structures affect strategic interactions between firms, affect incentives to innovate, and ultimately shape market outcomes. Most of his research settings are industries characterized by multi-sided markets. His research has been published in leading academic journals and been cited in numerous outlets including The Atlantic, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal and others.
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