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The fourth “AI & Strategy” workshop intends to bring together a set of researchers interested in one or more of the themes described below through an annual meeting. This meeting will be held virtually on February 02 - 03, 2024. The conference is sponsored by Srini Raju Centre for IT and the Networked Economy (SRITNE) at the Indian School of Business. As with last year’s conference, the three objectives of this conference are:
To provide a focused forum of scholars, students, and editors to seed and discuss work in the field of strategy that is contextually or empirically related to AI
To provide a forum spanning both industry and academia to accelerate learning of how AI can transform organisations and their strategies
To facilitate inter-disciplinary collaboration between computer scientists who are doing interesting work in AI/ML and strategy scholars, especially those interested in applying some of these techniques in their scholarly work.
Through this conference, we would like to continue to create an emerging body of knowledge that focuses on how the advent of AI/ML adds to a strategy researcher’s tool, understand how it will shape decision making, firm strategies, and alter competitive advantage.
Hence, possible topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
How AI influences organisational learning and decision making
How the adoption of AI might shape and alter the competitive advantage
How the advent of AI might influence the performance of incumbents in an industry
New statistical methods that are appropriate for strategy research that utilises AI or ML
Management issues including ethics and culture that might influence the adoption of AI or the subsequent performance of firms that adopted AI.
The workshop will include virtual paper presentations for about 20 minutes, followed by a 30 minutes discussion and 20-minutes Q&A on the paper.