Zagreb School of Economics and Management and the Luxembourg School of Business are organizing “The 2nd International Conference on the relation between Artificial Intelligence, Social Sciences, and Humanities.”
This year’s conference received submissions on a range of interesting and relevant topics. With a principle of trying to inspire research directions and inform, the organizing committee selected papers from global topics i.e. AI and the global distribution of power, to AI and international justice and poverty. But we also selected very practical papers which shed light on what is the current state of the art, whether through chatbots, or how machine translation is being used. Note that both of these are not only transformative ways of doing business in the future but they are inherently disruptive to the workforce. The range of papers, and AI topics ranges from language, through medicine, economics, policy and ethics. Some of the questions the authors pose; can we create moral AI agents? What can AI works of fiction can tell us about theology? Can AI disrupt economic laws? Can AI be objective or is it tied up with political interests? Do socio-economic challenges outweigh ethical or moral ones in deploying AI? Why do we need trustworthy AI systems?
The conference will be held on October 1, 2021, at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management. Also, participation will be possible online via ZOOM.
Register for the conference via link.
The ZOOM link for online lecturers and participants will be provided a few days before the conference on the ZSEM website as well as information about the lecture hall where the conference will be held on the ZSEM campus for offline lecturers and participants.
Due to protection measures related to COVID-19, the number of offline participants is limited, so please confirm your participation on time.