Dariusz Jemielniak is Full Professor of Management at Kozminski University (Poland) where he heads MINDS (Management in Networked and Digital Societies) department. Faculty associate at Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society (Harvard) and Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees member. He has recently been elected as the corresponding member to the Polish Academy of Sciences, as the youngest person in social sciences and humanities in history.
He is the author of “Common Knowledge?” (2014, Stanford University Press, winner of Dorothy Lee Award for Outstanding Scholarship in the Ecology of Culture in 2015, and the Chair of the Polish Academy of Sciences academia award in 2016), and “Thick Big Data” (2020, Oxford University Press).
He had annual appointments at Cornell University (2004-2005), Harvard University (2007, 2011-2012, 2015-2016, 2019-2020), University of California Berkeley (2008), MIT (2015-2016, 2019-2020). His research focuses on open collaboration, peer production, and sharing economy.
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Aleksandra Przegalińska – Associate Professor at the Department of Management in Networked and Digital Societies MINDS, 2016-2018 MIT Research Fellow at the Center for Collective Intelligence. Currently Senior Researcher at Harvard Labour and Worklife Program researching automation of work and cobotization. Former Head of Media Research and Head Expert at the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, attache for media policy at the Polish Permanent Representation by the EU. Recently, she also a book on the sharing economy and collaboration in the context of the rise of artificial intelligence, and IoT and “Wearable Technologies in Organizations” (Palgrave).
Apart from MIT, she had an annual appointment and Brown University and The New School as a Fulbright Scholar and Kosciuszko Institute Scholar. Aleksandra graduated from The New School for Social Research in New York in 2013.