The NewBI5 project examines how, why and where managerial work and managerial processes would change with the help of automation, AI and advanced analytics. NewBI5 focuses on the following viewpoints: 1) The thorough and multi-disciplinary understanding about managerial work opens new possibilities for new services and new kinds of value impacts. AI, in supporting managerial work, may help understand the demand of new services and their business potential. 2) AI and advanced analytics directly support the emergence of new activities, services and value impacts (facilitating offering development by better understanding of demand). The project examines these two perspectives in in-depth company cooperation from ideas to commercialization.
NewBI5 does not see AI in isolation; it provides a unique multi-disciplinary approach of leading research in business (CMC, profitability management), technological (signal processing, data analytics) and social sciences (social psychology) in Finland; in cooperation with world-class international management scholars. There are four innovative company networks (Integrata, Evondos, Mobidiag, ABB) and a wider company partner group (ICT, services and manufacturing), altogether 10 companies.
NewBI5’s interventionist research approach yields tangible results for creating new AI business competences in Finland and enabling profitable international growth in the networks under analysis and beyond.
Project timespan 1.9.2018-31.8.2021.
The NewBI5 researchers at Tampere University:
Project leader: Laine, Teemu, Professor, Industrial management
Ruusuvuori, Johanna, Professor, Social psychology
Kämäräinen, Joni, Professor, Signal processing
Korhonen, Tuomas, Senior Research Fellow, Industrial management
Strokina, Nataliya, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Signal processing
Tiitinen, Sanni, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Social psychology
Ahopelto, Teija, Doctoral Researcher, Social psychology
Tiitola, Vesa, Doctoral Researcher, Industrial management
Lager, Oskari, Research Assistant, Industrial management
Suomela, Lauri, Research Assistant, Signal Processing
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