Panels Description

Panels afford the opportunity to present topics and ideas that are ground-breaking and perhaps provocative to the IS community. A good panel must engage the audience and the invited experts in a discussion that will stimulate interaction and enhance the learning experience with a goal of moving the specific topic forward to greater understanding and application. Panel topics are varied, but generally pertain to contemporary issues that demand focused research attentions, new research challenges, or changes to the status quo of the discipline. Panels related to the conference theme are especially welcome. We encourage proposals that also include innovative and inspirational elements to raise the quality of panel discussion. Details on the structure of panel proposals and review criteria are available on the ICIS submissions page.

Panel Chairs
Frantz Rowe
Subodha Kumar
Siew Kien Sia
Schedule

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Are design sciences, economics and behavioral sciences critical enough on AI? A debate between three voices within the IS discipline

emmanuel monod, SUIBE
Saonee Sarker, university of virginia
Alan Hevner, University of South Florida
Alok Gupta, university of minnesota
Michael Barrett, cambridge university
Viswanath Venkatesh, University of Arkansas
Kalle Lyytinen, case western reserve university
Richard Boland, case western reserve university

Artificial Intelligence Meets IS Researchers: Can it Replace Us?

Claudia Loebbecke, University of Cologne
Omar El Sawy, University of Southern California
Atreyi Kankanhalli, National University of Singapore
Lynne Markus, Bentley University
Dov Te'eni, Tel-Aviv University
Stefan Wrobel, Fraunhofer IAIS

Diversity and Inclusion in Academia: Does AIS Have a Problem?

Jane Fedorowicz, Bentley University
Yolande Chan, Queen's University
YONG JIN KIM, Sogang University
Fay Cobb Payton, NC State University
Dov Te'eni, Tel Aviv University

Studying the Other or Becoming the Other: Engaging with Indigenous Peoples in IS Research

Michael Myers, University of Auckland
Hameed Chughtai, University of Southampton
Elizabeth J. Davidson, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Amber Young, University of Arkansas

The Tangled Web: Studying Online Fake News

Jean-Gregoire Bernard, Victoria University of Wellington
Alan Dennis, Indiana University
Dennis Galletta, University of Pittsburgh
Ali Khan, Queen's University
Jane Webster, Queen's University