Thierry RAYNA

Professor at the École polytechnique, researcher at the CNRS, director of the Technology for Change chair

Seminar Digital and entrepreneurial transformations | Monday June 26, 2023 - 17h30 - 19h30

Once again, technology has provided us with a superb media bubble around artificial intelligence (AI) 2.0 and the troublemaker of the moment, ChatGPT. Unsurprisingly, the commentaries cover the usual spectrum: from those who have tested it and claim that it’s a revolution that will sweep away everything in its path – starting with skilled jobs – to those who have tested it and are trying to prove that it doesn’t work, to those who don’t know about it but are talking about it anyway. Thierry Rayna presents the current state of play, the better to move beyond it and show what lies behind the buzz. It’s not a threat to skilled jobs, but a new wave of uberisation of companies, GAFAM included, this time led by hordes of self-employed workers fully armed with pre-trained modules that nobody knows anything about, and that are true black boxes.

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This session was published in issue n°165 of the Journal de l'École de Paris du management, entitled Renouveler les regards, libérer les potentiels.

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