Artificial Intelligence

Best Paper Award at FedCSIS 2021: ‘Moral Decision-Making with Algorithms: Artificial Intelligence Project Success Factors’ by Gloria Miller

The algorithms implemented through artificial intelligence (AI) and big data projects are used in life-and-death situations. While research exists to address varying aspects of moral decision-making with algorithms, the definition of project success is not readily available. Nevertheless, researchers place the burden of responsibility for ethical decisions from AI systems on the system developers. Using… Continue reading Best Paper Award at FedCSIS 2021: ‘Moral Decision-Making with Algorithms: Artificial Intelligence Project Success Factors’ by Gloria Miller

Artificial Intelligence

Thoughts on the #EGOS2021 Conference

This month, I attended the European Group on Organizational Studies (EGOS) conference. There were several thought-provoking sessions in the sub-theme on new actors, responsibilities and forms of organizing in the age of digital transformations. In our breakout on accountability, Hedwik Dissenha Giesel presented ideas on using blockchain for business sustainability. Gozal Ahmadova presented research on… Continue reading Thoughts on the #EGOS2021 Conference

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The Deficits in Stakeholder Accountability for Artificial Intelligence Projects – A presentation by Gloria Miller at the European Group for Organizational Studies

What are the gaps in accountability between algorithm projects and the society impacted by algorithms? Gloria Miller will be┬ápresenting The Deficits in Stakeholder Accountability for Artificial Intelligence Projects at the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS ) on Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 18:00. This study uses a stakeholder accountability model and network analysis to… Continue reading The Deficits in Stakeholder Accountability for Artificial Intelligence Projects – A presentation by Gloria Miller at the European Group for Organizational Studies