What does the future of work look like?
The AI & The Future of Work Conference assembled a roster of visionary researchers, executives, and policy experts to examine and discuss the profound impact of AI and digital technologies on productivity, business, and policy.
Denning Professor in Global Business and the Economy, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford Digital Economy Lab Director Erik Brynjolfsson talks with Reid Hoffman and James Manyika about how the digital economy is transforming the future of work.
Panelists Condoleezza Rice, Mary Kay Henry, Susan Athey, and Mark Duggan discuss policy challenges surrounding AI and the digital economy. Moderated by Gillian Tett.
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and Stanford HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li talk about equality and the future of work in the digital economy.
Stanford University Professor Oussama Khatib and Rana el Kaliouby, CEO of Affectiva, discuss the future of human-robot collaboration.
Stanford Digital Economy Lab Director Erik Brynjolfsson talks with Eric Schmidt, co-founder of Schmidt Futures and former executive chairman and CEO of Google.
The Trione Director and Senior Fellow, SIEPR; The Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford University
Professor, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University; Director of Stanford Robotics Lab
Executive Director, Stanford Digital Economy Lab
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company and Chairman of the McKinsey Global Institute
President, Stanford University
The Stanford Digital Economy Lab is an integral part of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI (HAI). We are the Institute’s primary hub for conducting research related to the economic implications of technology—a demonstration of HAI’s multidisciplinary approach to addressing complex problems. The Lab is co-sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.