Ethics, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Responsible and human-centered use of Artificial Intelligence, leading organizations with Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence, Future of Work, Contemporary leadership trends, building and repairing trust
David De Cremer, a behavioral scientist, educator, researcher, keynote speaker, and best-selling author, is the Dunton Family Dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Formerly the Provost’s Chair and Professor in management and organizations at NUS Business School, National University of Singapore and the founder and director of the Center on AI Technology for Humankind at NUS Business school. Before moving to NUS, he was the KPMG endowed chaired professor in management studies at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
David has received several research awards for his early- and mid-career scholarly contributions. He is named one of the World’s top 30 management gurus and speakers in 2020 by the organization GlobalGurus, one of the “2021 Thinkers50 Radar list of 30 next generation business thinkers”, and included in the World Top 2% of scientists (published in 2020). He is a bestselling author with his book Huawei: Leadership, Culture and Connectivity having sold more than 1 million copies. His latest book is Leadership by algorithm: Who leads and who follows in the AI era?, which received critical acclaim.
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