NUS BUSINESS RA MẮT TRUNG TÂM MỚI ĐỂ THÚC ĐẨY SUY NGHĨ CỦA CON NGƯỜI TRONG VIỆC SỬ DỤNG AI
Artificial intelligence (AI) is often touted as the new changemaker that will impact our lives in unprecedented ways. In the new AI era, what roles would humans play?
NUS Business’ new Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH, pronounced as “8th”) aims to answer this question through promoting a human-centred mindset in the use of AI. The centre will house research in the areas of leadership and authority, augmentation of human capital, as well as trust and ethics.
“We hope to develop insights that will inform policymakers, the industry and the public on how AI technologies can be advanced while still maintaining a focus on humans,” said AiTH’s Founder and Director Professor David De Cremer, Provost’s Chair in the Department of Management and Organisation at NUS Business. Prof De Cremer was also recently named one of the world’s top 30 management gurus and speakers by research organisation Global Gurus.
The research projects will seek to cover topics such as how AI-empowered business models should be employed in trustworthy and ethical ways; how AI can be used to enhance human well-being; as well as what the enhanced relationship between man and machine means for the future of work specifically, and the development of future society more generally.
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