Sub-theme 63: Professions in an Age of Intelligent Technologies -> HYBRID!

Caroline Ruiner, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Kasper Trolle Elmholdt, Aalborg University, Denmark
James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University Management School, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_4
AI and its Impact on Legal Systems
Chair: James Faulconbridge
Birgit Apitzsch, Cathérine Momberger, Markus Tünte, Rehder Britta and Mira Kossakowski
Between indignation and insignificance: Professional responses to intelligent technologies in the legal system
Leonard Seabrooke and Saila Stausholm
Rewiring the tax profession: The Big Four and algorithmic tax planning
Lisa Pelssers
Modernizing the Belgian road traffic criminal justice chain: Tension between digitalization, “true expertise” and doing justice
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_4
AI and Medical Professions I
Chair: Kasper Trolle Elmholdt
Mona-Maria Bardmann, Laura Künzel and Matthias Klumpp
New forms, old patterns – Collaboration and professional role understanding in hospitals as high-reliability organizations
Regina Wittal
The transformation of operating room practice with the advent of robotic-assisted surgery and its implications for the profession of medicine
Bomi Kim, Mohammad H. Rezazade Mehrizi and Diane Bailey
Building jurisdiction on the common: Workplace jurisdiction enactment in the age of emerging digital technologies
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_4
AI and Medical Professions II
Chair: Caroline Ruiner
Bryan Spencer
AI tool development as a source of occupational change: The case of Southern Eye Hospital
Marjolaine Rostain and Hila Lifshiftz-Assaf
Developing or undermining expertise in the shadow of AI?
Anne-Sophie Mayer, Anastasia Sergeeva and Anastasia V. Sergeeva
Professional boundaries in the (re)making: The case of teleorthodontics
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_4
Impact of AI on Professional Knowledge Work
Chair: James Faulconbridge
Sebastiaan Reinders
How AI is shaping work: A systematic literature review on self-learning algorithms for knowledge work
Michael J. Gill, Bernard Naughton, Megan Field and Sara Shaw
Impure innovation: Intra-professional stigmatization of radical ideas
Stephan Graßmann and Amelie Tihlarik
Informational black holes – How artificial intelligence relates to implicit and contextual knowledge in the working practice of professionals
Martin Spring, Frida Pemer, Aline P. Seepma and Tale Skjølsvik
Algorithmic technologies and professional knowledge work: A literature review
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_4
Digital Technology and Occupational Change
Chair: Kasper Trolle Elmholdt
Maja Hojer Bruun
Automated expertise? Artificial intelligence and algorithmic systems as inter-professional work practices
Charlotta Kronblad, Anna Jonsson and Frida Pemer
Nurturing digital nomads and (re-)configuring professional identities and roles
Helene Friis Ratner
Automation, Agencies and Aesthetics: The politics of data visualizations in configuring teachers’ expertise
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_4
AI Shaping Processes and Structures around Knowledge Work
Chair: Caroline Ruiner
James Faulconbridge, Martin Spring and Atif Sarwar
Accommodating algorithmic technologies in professional service firms
Constanze Leeb and Letizia Mortara
Unseen steps in the knowledge creation process: The impact of AI-driven technologies on intelligence work
Paul Ellwood, Sam C. Horner and Michael McQueen
The advent of robotic scientists and the shaping of the scientific profession
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_4
Job Crafting, Meaning & Identities I
Chair: James Faulconbridge
Amany Elbanna and Jostein Engesmo
Professional sedimentation: A case study of how accountants respond to the introduction of AI in their organisation
Dimitrios Batolas, Andreas Wihler, Ilke Inceoglu, Anastasia Kulichyova and Leroy A. White
Automation, work identities, and job crafting: A theoretical framework
Caroline Ruiner, Julia Backmann, Benedikt Berger, Julia Backmann and Benedikt Berger
Meaningful work in human-AI collaboration settings
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_4
Job Crafting, Meaning & Identities II
Chair: Kasper Trolle Elmholdt
Meena Andiappan, Emir Efendic, Gillian Hadfield, Ruo Mo, Meena Andiappan and Philippe van de Calseyde
Me, myself and AI: How interacting with Large Language Models affects employees’ expectations of, and attitudes toward, the role of AI at work
Louise Jørring
Recrafting frontline work and identities? Exploring Caseworkers’ job crafting in the digital era
Marco Leander Rapp, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Felix Diefenhardt and Verena Bader
Accepting the numbers challenge? How HR professionals manage uncertainties around HR analytics