You are warmly invited to experience the learning environment at INSEAD! Take this opportunity to join a masterclass by a renowned INSEAD faculty member and to learn more about the INSEAD EMBA, MBA and MIM programmes. Our team & students will be there to share advice and their personal journey through a panel discussion followed by a networking reception.Date: 23 September 2023, SaturdayTime: 1:30 pm - 8:00 pmVenue: INSEAD Europe Campus, Boulevard de Constance, 77300 FontainebleauAGENDAAccess the detailed agenda12.00 pm | Bus Departure from Paris Gare de Lyon train station to INSEAD (Booking required)1.30 pm - 2.00 pm | Optional Campus Tour led by INSEAD Students (Last batch at 1:40 pm)2:00 pm - 2.15 pm | Introduction and Welcome 2:15 pm - 3.15 pm | Masterclass by Asher Lawson, Professor of Decision Sciences3:15 pm - 3.45 pm | Tea & Coffee Break3:45 pm - 6.15 pm | Presentations & Discussions6:15 pm - 8.00 pm | Cocktail with current MBA/MIM Students, EMBA Alumni & Staff Members8:05 pm | Bus departure to Paris Gare de Lyon train Station (Booking required) MASTERCLASSThe Interface of Behavioural Sciences and Artificial Intelligence With the advent of Large Language Models (LLMs), many people and organisations are reconsidering the role of humans in traditional workflows. Whereas algorithms were once only used to execute well-defined, procedural tasks, now they are capable of fluidly generating alternatives and providing insights to distinguish between them. Where does that leave us, as managers and decision makers? In this masterclass we explore both the new insights about humans from LLMs, and how human decision makers can work together with AI algorithms in a bidirectional cycle of value creation to best utilise these new tools for business success.BIOGRAPHYAsher Lawson | Professor of Decision SciencesAsher Lawson is an assistant professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD. He holds a PhD from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and a BA from the University of Oxford.His research investigates the biases in how people make decisions, and how we can improve those decisions with targeted interventions. In this work, he has focused on two main topics: the errors in how people make decisions in general, and the role of gender stereotypes in organizational decision making. On the first topic, he has focused on how people frame the problems they are trying to solve, the limits of deliberative thinking in improving decision making, as well as the behavioral consequences of overconfident beliefs and the differences in how people make risky decisions. In the second line of work, he has used machine learning to study the effects of hiring women into leadership positions on stereotypes in organizational language and how the effectiveness of leadership styles varies by the gender of the leader. His current focus is on the relationship between organizations' use of language and women's experiences in the workplace. More broadly he is interested in the factors that lead to people holding accurate perceptions—of information, decisions, and groups—and the integration of insights from behavioral science into analytical tools.Click here to read morePRACTICAL INFORMATIONINSEAD Europe Campus is located on the edge of the Forest of Fontainebleau and just a stone's throw away from the town centre. It lies within easy reach of all major airports and rail systems connecting Paris with the rest of the world.Address: INSEAD Europe Campus, Boulevard de Constance, 77300 Fontainebleau, France - Map & DirectionsA free shuttle will be organised to meet you at Paris Gare de Lyon train station departing at 12.00 pm and take you directly to the campus. Same service will be offered for your way back to the station after the event. Please book your seat here and register to confirm your participation.