The human and the machine: What to expect from AI in the years to come

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What role can we expect artificial intelligence (AI) to play in organizations in the coming years? How will the human-machine relationship evolve? What can human beings be expected to contribute as digitalization and algorithms continue to reshape business and society? CSR Sweden and the House of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics have the pleasure to invite you to a breakfast meeting on the relationship between AI and human beings in businesses. Practitioners will discuss concrete applications of these technologies along with ethical considerations relating to the development of sustainable digitalization and AI. Agenda topics include:  Human-AI interaction  Opportunities and risks of AI  Critical ethical considerations Panelists Ida Bohman Steenberg, Tieto Olof Hernell, EQT Ann-Marie Ovin, Vinge Scarlett Roa Brynildsen, Svenska Spel Patrick Couch, IBM Moderator Sebastian Krakowski, Stockholm School of Economics When: Breakfast is served from 07.40, the seminar starts at 08.00 and ends at 9:30. Where: Lecture Hall Torsten (Atrium Balcony), SSE Main building on Sveavägen 65 This event is free of charge - We offer a light breakfast for all participants. Limited number of seats. Warm welcome! You are welcome to share this invitation to anyone in your network you think would be interested in participating at the seminar. This event is part of the outreach program of the Jacob & Marcus Wallenberg Centre for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development and the Scania Center of Innovation and Operational Excellence, at the SSE House of Innovation.

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What role can we expect artificial intelligence (AI) to play in organizations in the coming years? How will the human-machine relationship evolve? What can human beings be expected to contribute as digitalization and algorithms continue to reshape business and society? CSR Sweden and the House of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics have the pleasure to invite you to a breakfast meeting on the relationship between AI and human beings in businesses. Practitioners will discuss concrete applications of these technologies along with ethical considerations relating to the development of sustainable digitalization and AI. Agenda topics include:  Human-AI interaction  Opportunities and risks of AI  Critical ethical considerations Panelists Ida Bohman Steenberg, Tieto Olof Hernell, EQT Ann-Marie Ovin, Vinge Scarlett Roa Brynildsen, Svenska Spel Patrick Couch, IBM Moderator Sebastian Krakowski, Stockholm School of Economics When: Breakfast is served from 07.40, the seminar starts at 08.00 and ends at 9:30. Where: Lecture Hall Torsten (Atrium Balcony), SSE Main building on Sveavägen 65 This event is free of charge - We offer a light breakfast for all participants. Limited number of seats. Warm welcome! You are welcome to share this invitation to anyone in your network you think would be interested in participating at the seminar. This event is part of the outreach program of the Jacob & Marcus Wallenberg Centre for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development and the Scania Center of Innovation and Operational Excellence, at the SSE House of Innovation.
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Welcome to a conversation about human-AI interaction, opportunities and risks with AI and ethical considerations.

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What role can we expect artificial intelligence (AI) to play in organizations in the coming years? How will the human-machine relationship evolve? What can human beings be expected to contribute as digitalization and algorithms continue to reshape business and society?

CSR Sweden and the House of Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics have the pleasure to invite you to a breakfast meeting on the relationship between AI and human beings in businesses. Practitioners will discuss concrete applications of these technologies along with ethical considerations relating to the development of sustainable digitalization and AI.

Agenda topics include:

 Human-AI interaction

 Opportunities and risks of AI

 Critical ethical considerations

Panelists

Ida Bohman Steenberg, Tieto

Olof Hernell, EQT

Ann-Marie Ovin, Vinge

Scarlett Roa Brynildsen, Svenska Spel

Patrick Couch, IBM

Moderator

Sebastian Krakowski, Stockholm School of Economics

When: Breakfast is served from 07.40, the seminar starts at 08.00 and ends at 9:30.

Where: Lecture Hall Torsten (Atrium Balcony), SSE Main building on Sveavägen 65

This event is free of charge - We offer a light breakfast for all participants. Limited number of seats. Warm welcome!

You are welcome to share this invitation to anyone in your network you think would be interested in participating at the seminar.

This event is part of the outreach program of the Jacob & Marcus Wallenberg Centre for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development and the Scania Center of Innovation and Operational Excellence, at the SSE House of Innovation.

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Stockholm School of Economics

Sveavägen 65

Room Torsten

113 83 Stockholm

Sweden

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