A panel discussion online on AI and its relation with human work. Together we reflect on how AI influences people working in organisations and the skills and competences relevant to the adoption of AI in the workplace.
A panel discussion on Future of work – challenges and opportunities for AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has captured the attention of the world. Investors, entrepreneurs, managers, and the public are being confronted with stories between two extremes. One that portrays AI as the “objective” and efficient decision maker that will solve our problems. Another, portraying a future in which AI will make working humans obsolete! Rather than believing in stories, it’s better to prepare for a future in which humans will use AI, and not the other way around. Therefore, we need to revaluate the relevant skills to develop, manage, and collaborate with AI.
The event is open to:
- Entrepreneurs with interest in the field of AI and the future of work
- Managers interested in the challenges of automatization of tasks, competence development, and lifelong learning
- Policy makers interested in AI and workforce transition
- Scholars looking for research needs in the field of AI / Entrepreneurship / Organizational Learning
After registration you will receive a Zoom link by e-mail closer to the event.
Register here for the webinar.
- Natarajan Balasubramanian, Professor of Management, Syracuse University
- Sören Karlsson, CEO, United Robots
- Martin Rugfelt, Serial Entrepreneur and CEO, Sentian.AI
- Anna Felländer, Founder of the AI Sustainability Center
16.00 Problematization and introduction
16.10 Dialogue and Q&A session
- Natarajan Balasubramanian
- Sören Karlsson
- Martin Rugfelt
- Anna Felländer
The panel is moderated by Juan Ocampo, PhD student at Sten K Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship, Lund University.
Do you have any question you would like us to bring to the panel? Please email Juan Ocampo before the event: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is arranged by Sten K Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Institute for Innovation Management at Lund University School of Economics and Management.