Carnegie Mellon University

Reflections from the Consumer Electronics Show

Our Future of Work team attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this month, seeing first-hand novel tech products like fully wireless TVs, VR skill training applications, solar-powered generators, robots designed for elder care, and much more. Check out our blogpost with their observations of these products on the demo room floor and questions on how they will work once brought to market.

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Our Impact


Mayor’s Panel on Job Growth & Creation from the NAPA 2022 Fall Meeting.

Technology’s Impact on Workforce Development panel from the NAPA 2022 Fall Meeting

Academic conference: Preparing the Workforce of the Future

Panel discussion: How is Automation Really Affecting the Labor Market?
Panel: Professors Jodi Forlizzi and Nikolas Martelaro with UNITE HERE, TWU, and ATU at the 29th AFL-CIO National Convention

Faculty Director Ramayya Krishnan speaks at NITRD 30th Anniversary Symposium: How Technology can Benefit Society

Endgame: Decarbonization- How do We Get There?

 


Understanding Learning by Modeling Learning Curve Data
- Prof. Ken Koedinger

Critical Considerations for Restarting a More Resilient and Robust US Economy Post COVID-19

Reskilling and the Future of Work
- Dean Ramayya Krishnan


Equitable Algorithms: Examining Ways to Reduce AI Bias in Financial Services
- Prof. Rayid Ghani


AI & Society: A Microcourse
- Prof. Molly Wright Steenson

The Ethics of AI in Business
- Prof. Tae-Wan Kim

Data Science for Social Good & Public Policy
- Prof. Rayid Ghani

World Artificial Intelligence Conference Keynote Address
- Prof. Tom Mitchell

Harnessing AI to enhance team performance
- Prof. Anita Williams Woolley


Data-driven Government Action for Social Good
- Prof. Amelia Haviland


The Social and Ethical Considerations of Using Artificial Intelligence
- Prof. Alex John London


The Social and Ethical Considerations of Using Artificial Intelligence
- Prof. Alex John London


AI, When the Stakes Are High
- Prof. Amelia Haviland

Can AI Make Education Great Again?
- Prof. Lee Branstetter

How AI Changes Work and What We Should Do About It
- Prof. Tom Mitchell


AI and the Future of Work
- Prof. Tom Mitchell


Mind + Machine
- Dean Ramayya Krishnan


Does Technology Kill Jobs?
- Prof. Lee Branstetter


Using AI in Education to Reduce Inequality
- Prof. Amy Ogan

Ethics and Trust in an Automated World
- Prof. David Danks