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Thursday, September 10, 2020

Upcoming Talk: How Will the AI Genie Behave?

You are all cordially invited to the following 29th Arnoff-Schloss lecture, which will be on Zoom on Friday, September 18th, 2020, from 3:30PM to 4:30PM. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Dmhl-hxnTqyf9tkh01uwZQ 

The lecture is open to the public, so please feel free to distribute the lecture to any parties that might be interested.

Please visit https://business.uc.edu/faculty-and-research/departments/obais/research/arnoff-schloss-memorial-lectures.html    for more information about the Arnoff-Schloss Memorial Lectures. 


29th Annual E. Leonard Arnoff/Milton J. Schloss Memorial Lecture on the Practice of Business Analytics

How Will the AI Genie Behave

Arun Rai, Georgia State University

Regents' Professor of the University System of Georgia

J. Mack Robinson Chair of IT-Enabled Supply Chains and Process Innovation

We are witnessing the increasing ubiquity of AI, with accelerating deployment across task domains, entrepreneurial activity across industries, and embedding in core processes across digital platforms and firms. Alongside this increasing ubiquity of AI, we are encountering broad unintended consequences, both beneficial and harmful. These unintended consequences are arising from unexpected behaviors and downstream effects that emerge through interactions of AI agents with the environment and with other machine and human agents. To be able to control the actions of AI in ways that harvest its benefits while minimizing harm, we need to develop an integrated understanding of AI behavior in the environments in which it is deployed. I will offer an integrated perspective on AI behavior that considers how AI agents acquire their behavior, how the behavior is triggered and enacted, the interaction dynamics of AI agents with other agents, and the influence of policy decisions on how AI systems evolve. I will draw on this perspective to discuss the research, managerial, and policy implications related to AI behavior.

3:30-4:30 PM, Friday, September 18th, 2020

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