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OB 673: Perspectives on the Social Psychology of Organizations

Dawn of the Machines: Behavioral Approaches to Artificial Intelligence. In Spring 2022, this seminar will explore how psychologists and micro-OB scholars can engage with the emergence of AI. Noting that the treatment of AI varies widely in behavioral research (as a social phenomenon, a target of judgment, a statistical tool, a model for humans, etc.), we will discuss recent papers and identify opportunities for research. No lecturing. Instruction is based entirely on reading and discussing published papers. Prerequisites: Requires no technical expertise in AI or programming, but familiarity with social psychological concepts and methods is needed. Enrollment in a PhD Program required. Cannot be audited or taken Pass/Fail.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Monin, B. (PI)
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