The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing has awarded seed grants to seven projects that are exploring how artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction can be leveraged to enhance modern work spaces to achieve better management and higher productivity.
Funded by Andrew W. Houston and Dropbox Inc., the projects are intended to be interdisciplinary and bring together researchers from computing, social sciences, and management.
The seed grants can enable the project teams to conduct research that leads to bigger endeavors in this rapidly evolving area, as well as build community around questions related to AI-augmented management.
From MIT News
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