There isn't enough empirical data on the impact of AI [article]

Miriam Feldman
2019 Zenodo  
During a literature review on Artificial Intelligence & Knowledge Work at HIIG, I noticed that many of the peer-reviewed journal articles exploring the application of artificial intelligence to knowledge work draw data and insights from blogs, newspapers, and data collected by consulting firms. This practice brings with it risks of incorporating information acquired through less rigorous methods and giving an impression of a larger body of empirical research than actually exists in the field.
more » ... this blog post, I aim to highlight the urgency of using more primary data collection methods including surveys, interviews, and case studies.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3465394 fatcat:rr7kqpnlpvdsbetgq5wq4z6tje