Professor Aleksandra Przegalińska analyzes the links between humans and AI. She defined and categorized a host of new social trends that we are now facing as well as trends that we will have to face in the future because of the breakneck speed of technological development. Her research focuses on natural language processing, humanoid artificial intelligence, social robots and wearable technologies. Until recently, she conducted research at the Center for Collective Intelligence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston. She graduated from The New School for Social Research in New York. In Autumn 2020 she will begin research at the American Institute for Economic Researchon the automation of work and will then join the Labor & Worklife Program at Harvard University.
– Collaboration with scientists from the US is allowing me to deepen my knowledge in the field of artificial intelligence and management. My time at MIT has really impacted my way of thinking about the future of AI – says Professor Przegalińska.
Aleksandra Przegalińska received her PhD in the field of the philosophy of artificial intelligence at the Institute of Philosophy of Uniwersytet Warszawski where she also received her MA in sociology. She currently works at the Department of Management in Digital and Networked Societies at Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego – Kozminski University. She was born in Szczecin in Poland.