Tag Archives: Ismael Al-Amoudi

Artificial intelligence and algorithmic irresponsibility – Ismael Al-Amoudi

In an article for The Conversation France, professor Ismael Al-Amoudi, director of the Centre for Social Ontology, and John Latsis, chairman of the Independent Social Research Foundation, investigate AI’s deresponsibilizing tendencies: ‘Artificial intelligence and algorithmic irresponsibility: the devil in the machine?

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Neurofeedback to boost leadership skills may not be a brainy choice – Ismael Al-Amoudi, Academy of Management

An outreach video has been produced by the Academy of Management to summarize research produced by Professor Ismael Al-Amoudi and his coauthors, professor Dirk Lindebaum and Virginia L. Brown, ‘Does Leadership Development Need to Care About Neuro-Ethics?,’ published in Academy of Management Learning and Education.