On November 12-14, at the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU), international experts will discuss how Big Data and the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies affect the work of business and government structures and whether they can replace leaders in the future. Discussion and presentation of reports will be held at the scientific track "Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Management" at the 7th International Conference "Emerging Markets 2020".
“We have known artificial intelligence (AI) as a technology for more than half a century, but in recent years we have seen a new round of development: modern computers have become much more powerful, companies and governments have learned to work with Big Data and they are using technology in their business processes. Today, Artificial Intelligence helps executives make decisions and innovate, and in some cases can even replace them in their positions. In this track, I invite you to discuss the problems of project and structure management that can arise when using AI. It is especially interesting to analyze the possible risks of introducing technology into industry and education,” said Track Leader, Associate Professor of the Department of Information Technologies in Management Sergey Yablonsky.
Experts' reports will be published in the conference proceedings. Some articles will be considered for publication in the Russian Management Journal and ABS international journals.
The 7th International Conference Emerging Markets 2020: New Reality During and After COVID-19 will be held on November 11-18 at GSOM SPbU in an online format at the ZOOM platform. The conference is organized in partnership with The Academy of Business in Society (ABIS), a network of over 100 companies and academic institutions whose expertise and resources are used to invest in sustainable business development in society; Caux Round Table, an international organization of business leaders with a value-based approach to global capitalism; GEM&L, an international group of researchers focusing on language and communication in the business environment.