Technological change has never been as profound and as relentlessly rapid as it is today, and companies have been forced into radically rethinking their opportunities and risks in particular.
As part of the MIT Conference on 24 March 2021, ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA will be drawing back the curtain on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s current research work. “From Exceptions to Routines - New Realities of How We Work & Live” will involve such issues as the new world of work, human-robot interaction and education within the common context of (new) technologies.
- Andrew McAfee (MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy)
- Julie Shah (MIT Interactive Robotics Group)
- Deb Roy (MIT Media Lab) und
- Sanjay Sarma (MIT Office of Digital Learning)
will present keynote papers and lead roundtable discussions exploring the future and addressing topics such as:
- AI & Work
- Urban Future & New Working Environments
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Constructive Communication & Cognitive Science
- New Education Technologies & Open Learning
The event is being run as part of the go-international internationalisation campaign, a joint initiative organised by Austria’s Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs and the Austrian Economic Chamber.
The event will be held virtually and is free of charge.
Detailed information about the event, including registration and programme, is available from the conference website.
The MIT Conference is organised biennially by the Austrian Economic Chamber and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).