AI will save the world, but it might also kill us all. Tech leaders warn that it poses an immediate risk to humanity, while also while also saying they’re the only ones who understand it and can control it. While some see it as a way to augment human intelligence, others fear it’s another way for companies seeking greater profits to replace their workforce with algorithms. From practice to the classroom, research and writing, join us for an open discussion of all things AI in accounting.
Citations Needed podcast (2023) – Episode 183: AI Hype and the Disciplining of “Creative,” Academic, and Journalistic Labor https://soundcloud.com/citationsneeded/episode-183-ai-hype-and-the-disciplining-of-creative-labor
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