International conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills


Prof. Naudé talks about the AI “hype”, the ongoing barriers to AI diffusion, and how public procurement may be used to promote the faster diffusion of more ethical, human-centred AI. References: - Naudé, W. (2021). Artificial Intelligence: Neither Utopian nor Apocalyptic Impacts Soon, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 30 (1): 1-23, at: - Gries, T. and Naudé, W. (2020). Artificial Intelligence, Income Distribution and Economic Growth, IZA Discussion Paper no. 13606, IZA Institute of Labor Economics. At: - Naudé, W. and Dimitri, N. (2020). The Race for an Artificial General Intelligence: Implications for Public Policy, AI & Society, 35: 367–379, at :

Interview with Wim Naudé

Feb 1st, 08:00 am - 08:20 am

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