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The Human Aspect of AI: Behavioral and Organizational Implications

The Human Aspect of AI: Behavioral and Organizational Implications

Update: 2023-06-11
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Sebastian Krakowski is an Assistant Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (House of Innovation) and a Digital Fellow at the Stanford Digital Economy Lab.

In this enlightening discussion between Benoit Hardy-Vallee and Sebastian Krakowski, the conversation delves into the role of AI in addressing information overload and flawed reasoning. Krakowski shares insights from his research on how AI thrives in data-rich environments with repetitive tasks. Furthermore, the dialogue considers the ethical implications of AI. Krakowski emphasizes that no AI or data is truly unbiased, and calls for a careful evaluation of goal setting, an often overlooked yet vital aspect of deploying AI systems. He advocates for explicit discussions within organizations to determine the optimal application of AI, taking into account different goals and values.

https://www.hhs.se/en/persons/k/krakowski-sebastian/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sebastiankrakowski/ 


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The Human Aspect of AI: Behavioral and Organizational Implications

The Human Aspect of AI: Behavioral and Organizational Implications

Benoit Hardy-Vallée