Speaker: Meng LI, Associate Professor, Rutgers University
Moderator: Prof. Lin ZHAO, School of Business Administration
Time: 09:30-12:00 , Apr. 12, 2021
Platform: Tencent Meeting 319 256 919 (Password: 123456)
Organizers: School of Business Administration, Research Office
Dr. Meng LI is an associate professor from the Business School of Rutgers. He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is the senior editor of Production and Operations Management and Associate Editor of Decision Sciences Journal. Professor Meng LI has published nearly 20 articles in Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Production and Operations Management, etc. He is one of the few Chinese under the age of 40 who can achieve high output in UTD24 journals. His research interests mainly focus on behavioral bias, incomplete information decision making, etc.
Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the operating process of a large number of companies as well as our lifestyle. The advances of machine learning techniques (especially deep learning) enable AI-based algorithms, machines, and systems to perform more tasks. In this paper, we review the current research on AI from a micro perspective. First, we discuss the application research about AI in four different scenarios (i.e., operations management, healthcare, human resources, and city governance). Next, we explore discrimination issues in AI-based algorithms and the potential reasons as well as solutions. Last, we review how do humans perceive the AI technologies or algorithms, and then make a conclusion.