Episode 108 – The Rise of AI
In this episode, host Jeff Karoub from Michigan News chats with a panel of professors from Michigan Ross and the Ford School of Public Policy on the history, policy, and everyday implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The group discusses the history of AI and its impact on consumers from a personal and professional perspective.
The basis of the conversation is two studies: What’s in the Chatterbox? by Johanna Okerlund, Evan Klasky, Aditya Middha, Sujin Kim, Hannah Rosenfeld, Molly Kleinman, and Shobita Parthasarathy and Putting humans back in the loop: An affordance conceptualization of the 4th industrial revolution by Nigel Melville, Lionel Robert, and Xiao Xiao.
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About the participants
Hosts and Producers: Jeff Karoub and Bob Needham
Guests: Nigel Melville and Shobita Parthasarathy
Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman