Generative Artificial Intelligence tools such as ChatGPT, have taken the world by storm. They have passed graduate admission tests, been used to support court rulings, and won art competitions. As technology advances and new tools emerge, it is essential that governments, education institutions and businesses understand how to leverage and adapt to these technologies and how to govern them to ensure they are beneficial for humanity and the environment.
The 2023 International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity, and Skills will bring together leading voices from the policy, academic, business, technical and civil society communities to discuss how AI affects employment, skills, productivity, and innovation, and how policymaking can respond. Alongside the implications of ChatGPT-like tools, participants will discuss new OECD evidence on the impact of AI in the workplace and on education, whether AI is the solution to skills shortages, risk-based approaches for AI governance and much more. Register now!
Call for Speakers
The 2023 International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity, and Skills will bring together leading voices from the policy, academic, business, technical and civil society communities to discuss how AI tools are affecting employment, skills, productivity, and innovation and how policy making can respond.
To strengthen this community of experts further, we are opening a call for speakers to present their recent research on the impact of AI on work, innovation, productivity and skills. Selected speakers will be invited to give a 7-minute presentation in a virtual session on 30 March 2023, from 2 pm to 3 pm CET.
To participate in the call, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 3, 2023. Submission emails will need to clearly include the topic of your proposed presentation, a 250-word abstract, and your organizational affiliation. Submission emails will need to use the subject “AI WIPS 2023 Call for Speakers". Selected speakers will be contacted by mid-March, 2023.