Our Mission

The AI, Analytics, and the Future of Work Initiative addresses critical issues regarding the economic and social transformations brought by digital technology. Through research, convening, and education, the initiative informs business leaders and policy makers on how to devise solutions that help the most vulnerable members of society and foster the common good.
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About

Housed in the McDonough School of Business and serving as a resource for the Georgetown University community, policymakers, and academics, the AI, Analytics, and the Future of Work Initiative addresses how technology is transforming the economy, society, and the nature of work. We conduct and disseminate research that can form leaders who understand and actively engage with the challenges and opportunities of emerging workplace technologies. 

We envision a world in which technological advances serve people. We actively study how new technologies can be deployed to help individuals improve their everyday life and make them more productive members of society. 

By combining Georgetown’s rich tradition, global orientation, and access to policymakers through its Washington, D.C., location, with insights from an advisory group of visionaries who are at the forefront of technology and the future of work, our goal is to develop innovative solutions and solve problems for the common good in three focus areas.

Artificial intelligence and technology

The Promises and Pitfalls of AI

We develop and study AI algorithms that help both individuals and professionals make decisions. We assess the suitability of such machine learning tools across different domains, the most significant barriers to adoption, and the implications for individual privacy.

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Technology and the Workplace

We assess the workforce disruption of new technologies, the need for new skills and workplace roles, and the consequent importance of equitable access to lifelong learning. We also research how companies can leverage technology to build high-performance organizations and solve previously intractable problems for the common good.

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Digital Technology and Inclusive Growth

We explore how technology can be leveraged to promote equitable growth and reduce wealth inequality in society.


AI, Analytics, and the Future of Work News

How Businesses can Successfully Implement Automation and Data-Driven Decision-Making Tools

Automation and data-driven decision-making are often associated with tech giants like Amazon and Google. The success of these corporations often rests on the efficiency of their operations. Over the y…

March 21st, 2022

2021: A Year In Review

This holiday season, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has much to celebrate. We are grateful for our community of students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who joined together to suppor…

December 31st, 2021

Undergraduate Students Learn From EY National Leaders in Audit Innovation

Advancements in emerging technologies are not fads that will go out of style. Faster computers, more data, and advancements in computer science will not disappear anytime soon. In Adjunct Professor Ma…

October 22nd, 2021

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Leadership

Alberto G. Rossi

Director of the AI, Analytics, and Future of Work Initiative
Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor

Contact AI, Analytics, And Future of Work

futureofwork@georgetown.edu

Advisory Group

The Advisory Group comprises a group of business leaders at the forefront of AI, Analytics, and the Future of Work. They are instrumental in setting the vision of the initiative through their advice and recommendations.

  • Matt Breitfelder (Chair)
    Global Head of Human Capital and Senior Partner
    Apollo Group Management
  • Emily Becher
    Co-founder
    Stealth stage AI startup
  • Frank Cooper III
    Senior Managing Director and Global Chief Marketing Officer
    BlackRock
  • Ipsita Dasgupta
    Senior Executive in International Markets, Digital Content and Services
  • Glenn Eisen (B’87)
    Co-founder, President, and COO
    Unroll
  • Karim El Solh (MBA’91)
    Co-Founder and CEO
    Gulf Capital
  • Amy Goldfinger
    Senior Vice President, Global Talent
    Walmart
  • Doug Knopper (MBA’85)
    Co-CEO
    FreeWheel
  • Claudy Jules
    Partner
    McKinsey & Company

  • Jim Manzi
    Founder, CEO, and Chairman
    Applied Predictive Technologies
  • Jamie Merisotis
    President and CEO
    Lumina
  • Prasad Setty
    Vice President, Digital Work Experience
    Google
  • Trina Soske
    Vice President, Global Learning & Development
    Amazon