Prof. Fosso-Wamba co-chairs ICTO 2019 conference

ICTO 2019 and Artificial Intelligence

Today, Artificial Intelligence is shaping human activity in organizations and in society. The ICTO 2019 conference is concerned with these Information Systems, shedding light on how they are and will be understood, adopted, implemented, adapted, and used within organizations and more generally, within society as a whole.

The main focus lies on how different players understand the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to support organizational activities and how they adopt and adapt these technologies to achieve their goals. ICTO 2019 is interested in different areas of the organization's strategy through new business models, competitive strategies, knowledge management... Specific areas such as marketing, human resource management, project management, operation management, innovation management, are under scrutiny. ICTO scholars also looks closely at how AI impacts society through sustainable development and social responsibility.

Prof. Fosso-Wamba co-chairs ICTO conference

Samuel FOSSO-WAMBA is a resident professor at the TBS Faculty and teaches at the department of Information, Operations and Management Science. He will be conference co-chair at this year's edition of the ICTO conference.

About the ICTO 2019 Conference

ICTO 2019 is the fifth edition of the ICTO International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society. It will take place at the EDHEC Business School in Lille on October 24th and 25th, 2019. The ICTO conference attracts multidisciplinary contributions on information systems from the areas of organization, management, marketing, human resources, accounting, and supply chain, mainly submitted by international scholars.It is known for its friendly atmosphere and provides scholars with the opportunity to engage in high-quality discussions and offer feedback. The conference also offers valuable networking opportunities, both within the academic community and the international IS Community.