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Innovation within the field of AI is taking us into the future, but what does it mean for how we should manage innovation?

Artificial Intelligence (AI), smart algorithms and machine learning – we hear about them every day. They make life easier for us, they do things better than we can and they both replace us and collaborate with us. It feels like the innovation rate has never been faster. Their impact is already enormous, and we are struggling to grasp the implications. Innovation within the field of AI is taking us into the future, but what does it mean for how we should manage innovation?

 

If you want to build knowledge about what the development of AI means for how we should manage innovation this is the SIG for you. Addressing questions like how AI is impacting innovation management and how innovation management can be used to impact the development of AI.

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Our goal is to build a community where we can discuss, build knowledge and future collaboration about AI from an Innovation Management perspective. The SIG is new, and we welcome anyone who share our interest in AI & Innovation Management to both participate and form the content of this SIG. Researchers as well as practitioners are welcome.

CURRENT ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    Webinar and roundtable discussion with Maud Chidiac AI project manager at AMEXCI giving us several examples of IM challenges and opportunities.

    Date: October 27th 2020
    Time: 14.00-15.30 (GMT+2:00 Stockholm)
    Place: Connect here
    Questions: Victor Centerholt, victor.centerholt@ri.se

  • OPEN CALLS

    • Call for book chapters "Artificial Intelligence & Innovation Management"

    • Call for papers for Special Issues in The Technology Innovation Management (TIM) Review. Contact Stoyan Tanev, Editor-in-Chief, at stoyan.tanev@carleton.ca

  • USEFUL LINKS

    • White paper on "Innovation Management in the Age of Artificial Intelligence"

MEET THE TEAM

  • STOYAN TANEV

    Carleton University

  • HELENA BLACKBRIGHT

    Automation Region, Mälardalen University

  • VICTOR CENTERHOLT

    RISE – Research Institutes of Sweden

PAST ACTIVITIES

  • VIRTUAL 2020

    • AI and Innovation Management Kick-off 

    • AI & Innovation (RIPS) session

    • Two AI and Innovation Management  sessions

  • FLORENCE 2019

  • OTTAWA 2019

  • STOCKHOLM 2018

    • Towards a SIG on Artificial Intelligence and its impact on Innovation Management

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