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?‘
In autumn of 2020, professor Ismael Al-Amoudi gave an inaugural lecture to Masters students of Energy Management and Purchasing Management at the Grenoble Ecole de Management, entitled “Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility as Buzzwords?” The presentation slides are available upon request.
Professor Ismael Al-Amoudi has produced the below introduction to Marx’s thought and its relevance for management studies.
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.
Professor Ismael Al-Amoudi has produced an outreach video to summarize a research paper written with Professor Rohit Varman, ‘Accumulation through derealization: How corporate violence remains unchecked‘, published in Human Relations.