BA Friday Webinar Series – Three Stories on AI and the Changing Nature of Work

April 5, 2024
1-2 p.m.

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Advancements in AI technologies are poised to significantly alter the nature of work. Yet, specifically how AI might change the nature of work and the implications for workers are less clear. For example, does AI decrease the barriers to job entry or does it diminish entry-level job opportunities? Is college not necessary or not enough in the age of AI? Can AI promote gender diversity in the workplace? This presentation will delve into our latest research to address these pertinent inquiries.

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Yuanyang Liu

Yuanyang Liu

Yuanyang Liu is an assistant professor of data science in Haslam’s Department of Business Analytics and Statistics. He earned his Ph.D. in management science from The University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business. Liu’s scholarly work explores the dynamic relationship among technological advancements, organizational structure and the changing nature of work. His active research endeavors include examining complementarity employee skills, talent accessibility constraint for firms’ AI adoption and the broader societal implications of AI, such as economic disparity, job skill dilution and the availability of entry-level job opportunities. His insights offer valuable guidance for individuals, policymakers and corporate leaders aiming to enhance workforce development initiatives, particularly in reskilling employees to navigate the challenges and opportunities presented in the age of AI.

Friday, Apr 05

1-2 p.m.

BA Friday Webinar Series

Three Stories on AI and the Changing Nature of Work

Location: Zoom (Remote)

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