An Equitable Technological Future that Benefits Everyone
Artificial Intelligence. Robotics. Machine Learning. These technologies — and more — have the potential to transform our work, our lives and our communities.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers are addressing technological disruption from the perspective of economics, organizations and public policy. With expertise spanning a wide range of fields, they seek to ensure that the benefits of technological change are widely shared. CMU faculty are focused on how emerging technologies will alter the future of work, how AI and analytics can be harnessed for social good, and how innovation in these spaces can be more inclusive and generate targeted, relevant solutions that reduce inequality and improve quality of life.