2020 Program

Day 1

THURSDAY, MARCH 5

09:00 REGISTRATION
10:00 OPENING SPEECH | JOVANA KARANOVIC, FOUNDER, RESHAPING WORK
10:15 KEYNOTE: MARLEEN HUYSMAN, PROFESSOR, HEAD OF KIN CENTER FOR DIGITAL INFORMATION, VU AMSTERDAM
Tales from the Field: How Smart Algorithms are Changing Work
11:00 COFFEE BREAK

11:30

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 1

AI IN HEALTHCARE

MAIN ROOM

Session chair: Anastasia Sergeeva, KIN Center for Digital Innovation

• Yaru Chen,University of London
• Radhika Narasinkan, Public Health England
• Harry Scarbrough, University of London
Translating AI innovation into healthcare practice: The role of professionals’ sensemaking
• Sarah Lebovitz, New York University, Stern School of Business
• Natalia Levina, New York University, Stern School of Business
• Hila Lifshitz-AssafNew York University, Stern School of Business
Doubting the Diagnosis: How Artificial Intelligence Increases Ambiguity during Professional Decision Making
• Bomi Kim, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Dr. Mohammad Rezazade Mehrizi, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Maneuvering uncertainty and urgency in working with artificial intelligence

INEQUALITY AND WORKER’S RIGHTS

ROOM 3

Session chair: Hans Berends, VU Amsterdam

• Rachel White, University of Winchester People power: The impact and issues associated with Union influence on AI adoption
• Anna Ginès i Fabrellas, Universitat Ramon Llull, ESADE Law School Ten questions and answers regarding profiling and automated decision-making in the labor relationship
• Huon Curtis, Ph.D., University of Sydney Business School Australia Artificial Intelligence, Gender and the Future of Work
• Prof. Dr. Armin Beverungen, Leuphana University of Lüneburg Algorithmic Trading, Artificial Intelligence and the Politics of Cognition

AI DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN

ROOM 9

Session chair: Roel Dobbe, AI Now Institute, NYU

• Anne Henriksen, Aarhus University
• Anja Bechmann,
Aarhus University
Below Human Error: Designing Automation with AI
• Elmira van den Broek, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Anastasia Sergeeva,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Marleen Huysman,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Information System Development in the Age of AI: An ethnography of developing machine learning for recruitment
• Seda Gurses, Technische Universiteit Delft Values in Design in the Age of Optimization: The Example of Privacy by Design
• Brian T. Pentland, Michigan State University
• Harminder Singh,
Auckland University of Technology
• Jiaoping Chen,
Michigan State University
• Krishna Pothugunta,
Michigan State University
Does machine learning have unintended organization-level consequences?

During this session leading academics from around the globe will present cutting-edge research insights in the field of AI.
13:00 LUNCH

14:00

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 2

CHANGING OCCUPATIONS & ROLES

MAIN ROOM

Session chair: Marleen Huysman, VU AMSTERDAM/ KIN CENTER FOR DIGITAL INNOVATION)

• Patricia Prüfer, Tilburg University
• Pradeep Kumar,
Tilburg University
• Marcia den Uijl,
Tilburg University
Dynamics of skills demand and job transition opportunities: A machine learning approach
• Lauren Waardenburg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Anastasia Sergeeva,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Marleen Huysman,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Algorithmic authority: How work with epistemic technologies influences occupational relations
• Febriana Wisnuwardani, University of Warwick Organizing Tasks and Roles around Machine Learning

ROBOTS AND AUTOMATED PROCESSES

ROOM 3

Session chair: Lambèr Royakkers, EINDHOVEN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

• Madelaine Ley, Technische Universiteit Delft “We’ve never felt so robotic”: A philosophical account of workers adapting to robots
• Anne-Christine Rosfeldt Lorentzen, Aarhus University Implementing Robo-advisor in a Danish Bank: The role of the middle manager
• Lorentsa Gkinko, University of London
• Dr. Amany Elbanna,
University of London
The Creation of Chatbots at Work: An Organizational Perspective

RESPONSIBLE AI

ROOM 9

Session chair: Virginia Dignum, UMEÅ UNIVERSITY

• Genevieve Fried, AI Now Institute, New York University
• Varoon Mathur,
AI Now Institute, New York University
• Rashida Richardson,
AI Now Institute, New York University
• Jason Schultz,
AI Now Institute, New York University
• Roel Doebbe,
AI Now Institute, New York University
Assessing Civic Scape: The Value of Applying Open Source Approaches Toward Algorithmic Decision System Accountability
• Paul Kuyer, Dublin City University
• Otto Koppius,
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Passive and active responsibility for AI in practice
• Ella Hafermalz, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
• Marleen Huysman,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Explaining Explainable AI
• Filippo Santoni de Sio, Technische Universiteit Delft
• Jeroen van den Hoven,
Technische Universiteit Delft
Responsible Innovation and the Future of work: Rethinking justice and capital in the age of autonomous technologies

During this session leading academics from around the globe will present cutting-edge research insights in the field of AI.
15:30 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 KEYNOTE: MARC BURGER, COUNTRY HEAD, CAPGEMINI INVENT
Future of Work: how AI is re-shaping our concept of employment?
16:45 EXPO & DRINKS
19:30 NETWORKING DINNER (by registration only)

Day 2

FRIDAY, MARCH 6

09:00 REGISTRATION
09:30 KEYNOTE: PETER-PAUL VERBEEK, PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE
Working towards Society 5.0: AI and the Future of the Human Mind
10:15 COFFEE BREAK

10:45

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 3

QUALITY OF WORK IN THE AGE OF AI

MAIN ROOM

Session chair: Ella Hafermalz, KIN Center for Digital Innovation

• Sanja Tumbas, IESE Business School
• Brana Savic,
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Behind the Scenes of AI: What are Data Annotators Doing and Whom Do They Work For?
• M. Lynne Markus, Bentley University AI and Work Quality: Prospects and Promising Practices
• Dr. Matthew Cole, Leeds University Business School The Politics of Intelligent Automation
• Gemma Newlands, University of Amsterdam and BI Norwegian Business School Workplace Recognition and Algorithmic Management in the Scandinavian Gig Economy

DATA-DRIVEN WORK

ROOM 3

Session chair: Stella Pachidi, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

• Diane E. Bailey, Cornell University
• Ingrid Erickson,
Syracuse University
• Susan S. Silbey,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• Stephanie D. Teasley,
University of Michigan
Expanding and Increasingly Inscrutable University Audit Cultures: Data, Analytics, and Rising Quantification in Professors’ Work
• Mohammad H. Rezazade Mehrizi, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Narrow Intelligence: a socio-technical perspective of the narrowness of artificial
intelligence at workRising Quantification in Professors’ Work
• Gunnar Holmberg, Linköping University and Saab AB
• Nicolette Lakemond,
Linköping University
Towards and Understanding of Data-Driven and Model-Based Managerial Logics
• Ulrik Bisgaard Ulsrød Røhl, Aalborg University
• Kasper Trolle Elmholdt,
Aalborg University
• Ninna Meier,
Aalborg University
Digital data at work: Management consulting, Public government and Healthcare compared.

INNOVATION & NEW BUSINESS MODELS

ROOM 9

Session chair: Hakan Ozalp, KIN Center for Digital Innovation

• Ernst Jan Stokvis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Banks need to change their business model in a new digital journey
• Lara Anne Hale, Copenhagen Business School Faster horses: Collaborative AI innovation between incumbents and startups
• Koen V. Hindriks, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Reshaping Patient Interaction in Health Care

During this session leading academics from around the globe will present cutting-edge research insights in the field of AI.
12:15 LUNCH
13:00 FIRESIDE CHAT
          ROB SEAMANS, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NYU
          JOCHEM DE GROOT, DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS, MICROSOFT
          MAX UEBE, HEAD OF UNIT EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
          PANEL CHAIR: AIDA PONCE DEL CASTILLO, SENIOR RESEARCHER, ETUI
13:45 MINI BREAK
14:00 THINK-LIKE ROUNDTABLES
(45 minutes x 2, including 15 min transition)
15:45 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 PANEL: AI in HR
       PANELISTS INCLUDE:
          RINA JOOSTEN, CO-FOUNDER, SEEDLINK TECH
          TOON VAN DER VEER, PRESIDENT OF PEOPLE EUROPE, AB INBEV
MARLEEN STIKKER, FOUNDER, WAAG SOCIETY
       PANEL CHAIR:
          ELLA HAFERMALZ, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, KIN CENTER FOR DIGITAL INNOVATION/VU AMSTERDAM
17:00 CLOSING REMARKS