人工智能与变革管理研究院与魁北克大学联合申报上海市2019年度“科技创新行动计划”政府间国际合作领域项目

发布者:张钰歆发布时间:2019-03-08浏览次数:1576


A Cross-Cultural Study of Artificial Intelligence, Social Media, Work and Family

  

人工智能、社交媒体工作与生活界影响的跨国比研究

尤其是人工智能和算法正在改的工作方式它也在以改家庭关系的方式将家庭系起来。工作交流和社会互越来越多地在网上行,例如,人可以通动设备随地访问微信等用程序化往往会模糊工作和家庭之的界限提供有关接、自我呈界管理的决策。微信作一种粘性FacebookTwitter和其他西方网更易于使用更深度地融入人的日常生活。除此之外,一些新兴的人工智能用,如聊天机器人,模糊了关于人与机器的界。的研究旨在帮助人更好地了解数字化如何改的日常工作、生活以及人关系,在此基上,试图回答人类如何用人工智能、社交媒体等造更加美好的明天。我采用跨国访谈的方式中国人和北美人的经历和看法, 从而揭示不同文化中数字化来的不同效

项目将由中国上海对外经贸大学与加拿大魁北克大学合作研究,旨在帮助人们更好地了解数字化如何改变人们的日常工作、生活以及人际关系,在此基础上,试图回答人类如何应用人工智能、社交媒体等创造更加美好的明天。因为技术只能在其社会背景下理解, 将采用跨国访谈的方式,比较中国人和北美人的经历和看法, 从而揭示不同文化中,数字化应用带来的不同效应。

  

A Cross-Cultural Study of Artificial Intelligence, Social Media, Work and Family (CCAI)


Technology, and in particular artificial intelligence and algorithms, are changing the ways in which people experience work, and are connecting families in ways that change relationships within the family. Moreover, work communications and social interactions are increasingly taking place online, through applications such as WeChat for instance, on devices one can access anytime anywhere. While these dynamics may foster trust and cohesion within work teams and families, they blur the boundaries between work and family, presenting people with decisions to make regarding connectivity, self-presentation, and boundary management.

WeChat, as a “sticky” application, is easier to use, and more integrated in people’s everyday life (e.g., for work, social interactions, payments, administrative services), than Facebook, Twitter and other Western web service. In addition to WeChat, some emerging artificial intelligence applications, such as chatbots, blur the boundaries between human and machine.

Our research aims at contributing a better understanding of how artificial intelligence, social media and other technology may help to create a better tomorrow. A unique feature of our project is that we will compare people’s experiences and perceptions in China and North America to situate these experiences in their cultural contexts, providing much needed cross-cultural insights.