Artificial intelligence is a phenomenon that gives rise to various discourses with its operational, managerial, and societal practices today and its capacity and capability in the future. In connection to technology, the opportunities and threats are also the basis and drivers of international management education, which involves complex interactions among goods, information, innovation, human resources, and discourses across countries and industries concerning educational policies and practices. This chapter's point of departure was to ask how the techno-economic paradigm identifies people and society in connection to technology and what is the praxis, or best praxis, living in the techno frame extent and emerging in society. Marx and Lonergan agreed with the existence of alienation, but they recognize alienation differently. Marx and technological determinism should be taken as a critical tool for the past and present analysis.
|Title of host publication||Management Education and Automation |
|Editors||Hamid H. Kazeroony , Denise Tsang|
|Number of pages||17|
|Place of Publication||New York |
|ISBN (Print)||9780367861117, 9781032061085|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
|Series||Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies|