emlyon business school Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Management
Source：emlyon business schoolDate：2019-03-22
The emlyon Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Management (AIM) is a multifaceted initiative focused on understanding the opportunities and implications of artificial intelligence for the management of organizations, industries, and business ecosystems. To do this, AIM initiates and sponsors:
- Pedagogical experiences that expose and prepare our students to work with and manage AI technologies.
- Enterprise and ecosystem development that supports technologists and managers in the evolution, adoption, and implementation of AI technologies.
- Research that examines how AI and related technologies are altering work, organizations, consumer behavior, and business ecosystems.
The emlyon Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Management is directed by Renaud Champion, Director of Emerging Intelligences at emlyon business school, member of the Executive Board in charge of developing the strategy on Artificial Intelligence as well as the digital transformation of the school and its practice.
AIM initiates and sponsors research via two independent research centers:
- The AIM Research Center on Artificial Intelligence in Value Creation which investigate how AI and related emerging technologies: affect value creation in human interactions and consumer behavior, and the new way companies create and capture value doing business and shaping business ecosystems. This center is directed by Professor Margherita Pagani.
- The AIM Research Centre for Work and Organization which is a social science research center dedicated to understanding the implications of artificial intelligence for workers, managers, and other stakeholders. The center supports rigorous empirical research – grounded in the real-world challenges facing organizations and policymakers – to understand the implications of artificial intelligence for work, human resource management and labor markets, and governance. This center is directed by Professor Ruthanne Huising.
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