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Alan Dennis,
Daniel O’Leary,

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Friday, August 16th

AI adoption in the corporate social responsible era: A model for practitioners and researchers

Danie Smit, University of Pretoria
Sunet Eybers, University of South Africa
Alta Van der Merwe, University of Pretoria

Beyond Words: Conversationally Relevant Chatbots and the Moderating Effects of Desirable Responding and Sensitivity on Information Disclosure

Benjamin Richardson, University of Georgia
Ryan Schuetzler, Brigham Young University

Citizens-Focused Design Principles for Human-Centered AI in Public Services

Stefan Schmager, University of Agder
Ilias Pappas, University of Agder
Polyxeni Vassilakopoulou, University of Agder

Cracking the Code: Examining Linguistic Elements in Adversarial Prompt Engineering

Kofi Arhin, Lehigh University
Haiyan Jia, Lehigh University

Deepfakes and Democracy: The Impact of Deepfakes on Voters’ Trust

Shao Liam Chew, University of Memphis
Huigang Liang, University of Memphis

Exploring Discourses on Generative AI’s Impacts on Job Market: Innovation-Induced Emotions and Information Sharing

Qian Wang, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Bingyi Wu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Rohit Valecha, The University of Texas at San Antonio
H. Raghav Rao, University of Texas at San Antonio

Exploring Students Foundational Skills in Integrating Generative AI in Ghanaian Higher Education: A Constructive Learning Perspective.

Ibrahim Osman Adam, University for Development Studies
Muftawu Dzang Alhassan, SD Dombo University of Business and Integrated Development Studies
Abdoulaye Diack, Google

Exploring the Pedagogical Approaches for Generative AI Integration in Computing Education in Ghana: A Constructivist Perspective

Ibrahim Osman Adam, University for Development Studies
Muftawu Dzang Alhassan, SD Dombo University of Business and Integrated Development Studies
Abdoulaye Diack, Google

Finding Algorithmic Fairness: An Analysis of how Literature Considers Algorithmic Fairness from Different Stakeholder Perspectives

Stefanie Knippschild, The University of Sydney
Sebastian Boell, The University of Sydney Business School
Kai Riemer, The University of Sydney
Sandra Peter, The University of Sydney

Flexibility in Chatbot Identity Perception

Andreas Göldi, University of St.Gallen

Generative AI: A Literature Review on Business Value

Victoria Sofia Santos Gabriel, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg

Ground Truth Mechanisms in AI Development: A Conjoined Agency Perspective

Hengqi Tian, University of Colorado Denver
Arun Rai, Georgia State University
Angelos Kostis, Umeå University
Jonny Holmström, Umeå University

Leveraging Generative AI for Customer Complaint Resolution: A Comparative Analysis with Human Responses

Shizhen Jia, University of Florida
Guohou Shan, Temple University
Oscar Hengxuan Chi, University of Florida

Pandora Box or Golden Fleece: Economic Analysis of Generative AI Adoption on Creation Platforms

Yi Gao, Texas Tech University
Zhe Wang, City University of Hong Kong
Yan Huang, Carnegie Mellon University

Perceptions of Artists on AI Art

Lixuan Zhang, Weber State University
Katelyn Wilson, Weber State University
Clinton Amos, Weber State University

Predicting user frustration during interaction with conversational systems

Khadija Essaied, Université Laval
Sehl Mellouli, Université Laval
Richard Khoury, Université Laval

Projecting the Sentiment Shift towards AI: A Difference-in-Difference Investigation of Individual’s Emotions in Response to the Emergence of ChatGPT

Maliha Alam, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Diego Escobari, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Securing the Dialogue: “Perceived Security Threats and Information Security Literacy in the Age of Social Conversational Agents”

Neda Khosh Kheslat, University Of North Texas
Dan J. Kim, University of North Texas

The Effects of Introducing GAI on User Trust in Online Crowdsourcing Platform

Zimeng Zhu, Tongji University
Keqi Song, City University of Hong Kong
Fiona Nah, City University of Hong Kong

The Impact of AI-Generated Misinformation Features on Human Believability: A Qualitative Approach

Qinhui Wang, Oklahoma state university
Corey Baham, Oklahoma state university
Dursun Delen, Oklahoma state university

The Impact of ChatGPT on Employee Job Identity - an Automation-Augmentation Perspective

Wenting Wang, McMaster University
Yufei Yuan, McMaster University

The impact of GitHub Copilot on developer productivity from a software engineering body of knowledge perspective

Danie Smit, University of Pretoria
Hanlie Smuts, University of Pretoria
Paul Louw, University of Pretoria
Julia Pielmeier, BMW Group
Christina Eidelloth, BMW Group

The Impact of Integrating AI into Business Ethics Education on Students' Attitudes Towards Corporate Social Responsibility

Tianxue Xu, Tianjin University
Daniel Luo, Albuquerque Academy
Xin (Robert) Luo, University of New Mexico

Theorizing Generative AI in Strategic Human Resources Management

Benjamin Semujanga, NTNU
Patrick Mikalef, NTNU

Towards Managing Design Science Knowledge with Large Language Models

Rodrigo Folha, Federal University of Pernambuco
Arthur Carvalho, Miami University

When Transparency Is Costly: GenAI Disclosure Suppresses Empathy in Medical Crowdfunding

Larry Zhiming Xu, Marquette University

Workshops to design conversational agents which embody brand

Essi Aittamaa, LUT University
Dominik Siemon, LUT University