Future of work and skills in the Digital Economy

Copenhagen Business School (Kilen, Ks54)
May 16 @ Copenhagen Business School (Kilen, Ks54)

At Copenhagen Business School the one day conference ‘Future of Work and Skills in the Digital Economy’, which will take place on Thursday, May 16, 2024, at CBS (Kilen, Ks54).

This international, cross-sectoral conference brings together researchers from economics, computational social science, educational and learning sciences with business practitioners and representatives of policy bodies to discuss the future of work and skills in our increasingly digital economies, as well as the role of higher education in enabling the development of the requisite skills and capabilities.


Human capabilities in the age of Artificial Intelligence – Anoush Margaryan, Professor at CBS.

Human-centred technological change? Using skills as an agent of change in European workplaces – Konstantinos Pouliakas, Senior Expert, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop).

Superpower skills: The growing premium of Al skills – Fabian Stephany, Departmental Research Lecturer, Al & Work, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

Influence of new digital skills on team dynamics in the digital economy – Geert Nijs, Learming Partner. KBC Group

Registration is required. You can sign up, access the programme, and read full abstracts here.