Paper info: Artificial intelligence in the business landscape: insights to interactive/network approach
Artificial intelligence in the business landscape: insights to interactive/network approach
The Poznan University of Economics
University of Western Sydney
Place of Publication
The paper was published at the 35th IMP-conference in Paris, France in 2019.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in its current rendition is poised to transform or even disrupt business interactions, relationships and networks. Recent developments associated with AI, including robotics and cognitive agents have not just automated industrial processes but can now change most business activities. AI is discussed in terms of development into types of intelligent agents – weak and strong – and their role in business relationships, interactions and networks. A set of research insights focused on defining and exploring AI within the IMP approach are discussed – and are urgent, or this may be not completed by human actors.