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Keynote Speakers:

Robert M. Davison, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Information Systems
City University of Hong Kong, SAR China
Editor-in-Chief, Information Systesms Journal (SSCI-Q1)

BIOSKETCH: Robert Davison is a Professor of Information Systems at the City University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on the use and misuse of information systems, especially with respect to problem solving, guanxi formation and knowledge management, in Chinese organisations. He is particularly known for his scholarship in the domain of action research. Within the AIS, Robert chaired the research ethics committee for many years, and is currently convenor of the College of Senior Scholars. Robert chairs the IFIP WG 9.4 (The Implications of Information and Digital Technologies for Development) and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Information Systems Journal and the Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. As a researcher and as an editor, he seeks to promote both an inclusive and an indigenous perspective to research.

Guy Gable, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Information Systems
Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia.
Co-Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, The Journal of Strategic Information Systems (SSCI-Q1)

BIOSKETCH: Guy G. Gable (Ph.D. Bradford, MBA Ivey, B. Comm. Alberta) is Professor, School of Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. A charter member of The Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS) Editorial Board, he served as the JSIS Editor-in-Chief during 2019-2022. As a Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) since 2016 (https://aisnet.org/) and member of the AIS College of Senior Scholars (https://aisnet.org/page/SeniorScholars), he coordinates engagement with the Information Systems (IS) academic discipline. A fervent proponent of IS doctoral consortia, 2015 he led the CAIS report “The Role of the Doctoral Consortium” which represents doctoral consortia as unique to IS – a signature pedagogy. He’s been instrumental in growing IS research capacity in Pacific-Asia, having supervised over 30 PhDs now pursuing successful academic careers in Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and China (and USA), including two ACPHIS Thesis Medallists. Amongst the most successful IS Australian Academics with ARC grant scheme, he’s attracted several million $AUD. He’s championed IS/AIS in Pacific-Asia, originated the Asia Pacific Directory of IS (merged with other world directories as AIS Faculty Directory), brought the 3rd PACIS to QUT, and initiated the 1st PACIS doctoral consortium. A Charter Member, he’s held a range of AIS roles. He’s served on boards of MISQ, JAIS, EJIS and others. He led the 2003-2006 AIS sponsored study “The Information Systems Academic Discipline in Pacific Asia” (special issue CAIS’07), that spawned a book “The Information Systems Academic Discipline in Australia” (ANUePress’08). 2013 he received the 1st “PACIS Plaque of Appreciation” for lifetime contribution.

Matthieu J. Guitton, Ph.D., FRAI
Full Professor, Université Laval (Quebec City, QC, Canada) Bualuang ASEAN Professor Chair, Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand)
Editor-in-Chief, Computers in Human Behavior (SSCI-Q1)
Keynote: "Tools or Partners: Integrating AI in Business and Healthcare between Fear and Opportunities"
Time: TBA

ABSTRACT: The rise of AI is revolutionizing the way we see technology and interact with it. Although recent debates have mostly been centered on the impact of generative AI in education, the societal consequences of the development of these new technologies will touch all aspects of our daily lives. However, the reality of AI is more complex, with both generative AI, analytical AI, or task-specific AI, and with a potential reach extending far beyond the field of education, to encompass among others business, finance, or healthcare. How AI will impact our modern societies, both at the local and global levels? Can AI become a game changer, for the better or for the worse? What are the challenges and obstacles that prevent the implementation of AI in our societal systems? What opportunities could AI bring to better our societies? This presentation will explore the current perceptions of AI and the ways they could be integrated in a socially responsible way, and will suggest paths for solutions based on our representation of AI as either tools, or potential partners.

BIOSKETCH: Matthieu J. Guitton, Ph.D., FRAI, is a Full Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Full Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies at Université Laval (Quebec City, QC, Canada), Bualuang ASEAN Professor Chair at Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand), Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute, and Senior Researcher/Group Leader at the CERVO Brain Research Center (Quebec City, QC, Canada). He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Computers in Human Behavior family of journals, which includes Computers in Human Behavior (the world leading journal in the field of cyberpsychology), Computers in Human Behavior Reports, and Computers in Human Behavior: Artificial Humans, and serves on several other editorial boards, such as Acta Psychologica (where he acts as the Psychology and Technology Section Editor) and Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. A graduate from the University of Rouen and Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, he obtained his PhD from the University of Montpellier (France) and was a Koshland Scholar/Postdoctoral Fellow of Excellence at the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel). He has published over 120 research papers, book chapters, or editorials on subjects ranging from cyberpsychology and cyberbehavior to the societal impacts of technology. He has been invited speaker or guest lecturer by numerous universities across the world, such as Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (USA), the University of Pittsburgh (USA), the Russian Academy of Science, the Bulgarian Academy of Science, Hong Kong Baptist University, or Renmin University of China.

Michael Myers, Ph.D.
Professor of Information Systems in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management
University of Auckland Business School, Auckland, New Zealand
Editor-in-Chief, European Journal of Information Systems (SSCI-Q1)

BIOSKETCH: Michael is Professor of Information Systems in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) at the University of Auckland Business School, Auckland, New Zealand. His papers have been published in many journals, conferences and books, including 30 papers in A* journals as ranked by the Australian Business Deans' Council. He won the Best Paper award (with Heinz Klein) for the most outstanding paper published in MIS Quarterly in 1999. This particular paper (Klein and Myers, 1999) has been cited over 7500 times. He also won the Best Paper Award (with Lynda Harvey) for the best paper published in Information Technology & People in 1997, the Emerald Literati Network Outstanding Paper Award (with Michelle Soakell) for the most outstanding paper published in VINE: The journal of information and knowledge management systems in 2011, and Best Paper Award for the most outstanding paper published in the Journal of Strategic Information Systems in 2019 (with Simon Chanias and Thomas Hess). Professor Myers currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of European Journal of Information Systems and Editor of the AISWorld Section on Qualitative Research. He has previously served as a Senior Editor of MIS Quarterly. Information Systems Research, Information & Organization and Pacific Asia Journal of the AIS.

Suprateek Sarkar, Ph.D.
Rolls-Royce Commonwealth Eminent Professor of Commerce
McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, USA
Editor-in-Chief, Information Systems Research (SSCI-Q1)

BIOSKETCH: Suprateek Sarker (“Supra”) is Rolls-Royce Commonwealth Commerce Professor (Information Technology) at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, USA. He is currently the President of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the primary global organization of Information Systems academics, with members in 92 countries. Professor Sarker's research, which is largely qualitative or mixed-methods in nature, has been published in many journals, including MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, among others. He is currently the editor-in-chief of Information Systems Research and serves on the editorial boards of a number of leading academic journals, including Journal of MIS and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, among others. He was conferred a honorary doctorate by the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) in 2016 and the Copenhagen Business School (Denmark) in 2022.

Galit Shmueli, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Institute of Service Science
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Editor-in-Chief, INFORMS Journal on Data Science

BIOSKETCH: Galit Shmueli is Tsing Hua Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Service Science, and Institute Director at the College of Technology Management, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. Before joining NTHU, she was the SRITNE Chaired Professor of Data Analytics and Associate Professor of Statistics & Information Systems at the Indian School of Business, and tenured Associate Professor at University of Maryland's Smith School of Business. She is the inaugural editor-in-chief of the INFORMS Journal on Data Science. Dr. Shmueli's research focuses on statistical and data mining methods for contemporary data structures, with a focus on statistical strategy – issues related to how data analytics are used in scientific research. Her main fields of application are information systems and healthcare, with a focus on human behavior. She has published papers in the statistics, information systems, management, and marketing literature. She has authored over 100 journal articles, books, and book chapters, and is on the editorial boards of several journals. She presents her work nationally and internationally.

J. Christopher Westland, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Information and Decision Sciences
University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Editor-in-Chief, Electronic Commerce Research (SSCI-Q3)

BIOSKETCH: Chris Westland is a Professor in the Department of Information & Decision Sciences at the University of Illinois – Chicago and an Overseas Chair Professor at Beihang University, China. He received a Ph.D. in Computers and Information Systems from the University of Michigan. He is a certified public accountant in the U.S. and a consultant in technology law in the US, Europe, Latin America and Asia. He has advised on patent, valuation and technology strategy for numerous technology firms. He published numerous academic papers and nine books: Audit Analytics (Springer 2020), Structural Equation Modeling (Springer 2015 and 2nd ed. 2019); Global Electronic Commerce (MIT Press 2000); Global Innovation Management (Palgrave Macmillan 2nd ed 2017); Red Wired: China’s Internet Revolution (Marshall Cavendish, 2010); Financial Dynamics (Wiley 2003); Valuing Technology (Wiley 2002) and Statistical Auditing with R (forthcoming 2018). He was on the faculties at the University of Michigan, University of Southern California, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, University of Science and Technology of China, Harbin Institute of Technology, and other academic institutions. Currently, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Electronic Commerce Research (Springer) and have served on editorial boards of several other information technology journals including Management Science, ISR, ECRA, IJEC, and others.

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