Jingyao Li

  • Adjunct Lecturer, Computer Information Systems
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Information and Process Management
  • Ph.D. Candidate Bentley University
  • Master University of Macau
  • Bachelor Zhejiang University of Business Administration

Teaching Interests

Business process and information systems

Research Interests

New technologies and social impacts
AI and its ethical concerns

Bio

Jingyao Li is a Ph.D. candidate at Bentley University (USA), where she teaches undergraduate classes on business processes and information systems. Jingyao's research focuses on ethical issues brought by emerging technologies, especially those that have impacts on the whole society. For instance, automation and social consequences, machine learning and potential bias, etc. Her current research interests focus on artificial intelligence and related ethical issue on a societal level. Jingyao’s research appeared in several IS and management outlets and conferences, such as the European Journal of Information System, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Conference (AOM), and Annual Americas Conference on Information System (AMCIS).

Publications

Journal Articles


  • Marabelli, M., Vaast, E., Li, J. (2021). Preventing the digital scars of COVID. European Journal of Information Systems, (30) 2 176-192.

    Conference Proceedings


  • Li, J.Marabelli, M. (2021). AI Controlling AI? A Potentially Dystopian View of Automatic Systems AMCIS. Forthcoming.

  • Presentations

  • Mohlmann, M., Li, J., Marabelli, M. (2022). “Using Science Fiction to Make Sense out of Potential Future Societal Impacts of New Technologies (Poster)” Presented at the Bentley University Research Showcase and Reception
  • Li, J., Mohlmann, M., Marabelli, M. (2022). “Using Science Fictions to Make Sense of Potential Future Societal Impacts of New Technologies: An Innovative Methodology” Presented at theAcademy of Management Annual Meeting Seattle, WA, USA
  • Marabelli, M., Vaast, E., Li, J. (2021). “Preventing the digital scars of COVID-19” Presented at the Bentley University 1. Confronting the Pandemic with Research: Bentley University’s Contribution Waltham
  • Li, J. (2021). “Liability Attribution in the Context of AI Use” Presented at the AOM 2. 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Conference online