Sebastian Krakowski

I obtained my Ph.D. at the University in Geneva in February 2020 with my dissertation entitled Artificial intelligence in organizations: Strategy and decision making in the digital age. My research primarily relates to the interplay between artificial intelligence (AI) and human beings, applying quantitative and conceptual approaches to the study of the topic. I draw on behavioral perspectives to explore how humans and AI interact and cooperate in organizational decision making, with a particular focus on what leads to the adoption of the technology and which factors contribute to its successful implementation. My current projects explore organizational contexts where AI is used to automate or augment human judgment in complex decision making.

At the Institute for Futures Studies I mainly work in the project Predicting the diffusion of artificial intelligence with the purpose of predicting the spread of AI applications and thereby assessing its societal impact.

Three recently published works