Reshaping Work 2022 conference will take place on October 13 & 14 in Amsterdam. Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital platforms are reshaping the way individuals and organisations work. Although AI systems and platforms promise to significantly determine the future of work, their actual effect from a professional, social, civic, organisational and/or political perspective still remains vague.
To gain in-depth insights into how AI and platforms are changing the way we work, the Reshaping Work 2022 conference combines these two exciting phenomena in a two-day conference bringing multiple stakeholders such as academics, law and policymakers, worker representatives and technology companies together.
The first day of the conference will be dedicated to the platform economy, while the second day will be dedicated to AI at Work. For both topics we will focus on what impact they will have on the future of work. The conference features keynote presentations, panel discussions, roundtable sessions, Future of Work expo and many opportunities for networking and the exchanging of ideas.We welcome abstracts that explore the phenomenon of AI at work or Platform Economy at the individual, group/team, organisational or societal level. We are open to any methodological approach including papers based on conceptual, qualitative, and quantitative work. The topic is required to have a practitioner-oriented rather than a theory-driven focus as the conference will bring both academics and practitioners together.
Those wishing to participate in the conference by presenting a research paper/report are requested to submit an extended abstract (around 800 words) by June 1, 2022 CEST. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to attend the event and present their research by participating in a panel discussion or presenting a poster. Applicants should include their title, institutional affiliation, and indicate if the abstract belongs to the AI at work or the Platform Economy section. Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information in the full call for papers here:Reshaping Work 2022 conference
Members of the scientific committee:Marleen Huysman, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, KIN Center for Digital Innovation (Head of the Scientific Committee)Robert Seamans, NYU Stern School of BusinessStella Pachidi, University of CambridgeElmira van den Broek, Stockholm School of EconomicsHans Berends, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, KIN Center for Digital Innovation (Head of the Scientific Committee) Koen Frenken, Utrecht UniversityJovana Karanovic, Rotterdam School of Management