Artificial intelligence, knowledge management and innovation in Asia?: Towards more resilient economies and societies

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Aims and Scope

The global COVID-19 outbreak showed the weaknesses of our national health systems, societies and economies. The pandemic also revealed major gender inequalities and the importance of the inclusion of a gender dimension in research and innovation.

New and emerging information technologies contributed to mitigate socio-economic negative impact of the pandemic. Artificial intelligence and knowledge management strategies and tools can add value to research and innovation and accelerate the post-pandemic recovery. Investments in artificial intelligence and knowledge management can enhance technological capacities of companies and countries, support the digital transformation of economies and countries and prepare for challenges and opportunities, for example, transforming educational institutions to adapt to the new needs of labour markets.

 

Topics

  • Artificial intelligence (autonomous cars, drones, face recognition systems, IoT)
  • Artificial intelligence and transformation of jobs
  • Asia
  • Case studies
  • China
  • Digital skills and market labour transitions
  • Ethics and artificial intelligence
  • Green economy
  • Human-centric approach to artificial intelligence
  • Information technologies
  • Innovation
  • Innovative startups
  • Knowledge management
  • Open Innovation
  • Smart specialization
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Technology

 

Submission

Submission opens:  October 1, 2022

Submission deadline: January 15, 2023

 

 

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