Establishing a synergistic ‘Emotional Intelligence — Artificial Intelligence’ integration model: Creating a sustainable ‘human’ future for all


Friday, September 27, 2019




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This session provides an overview of recent research that studied the perceived influence of EI on AI product development & services as well as leadership in the workplace among AI engineers in France.

The proposed EI-AI integration model has the potential to create a robust emotional data feedback loop to 1) enhance the operational value between the AI product and the human end user 2) create AI products that evolve a healthier experience for and between human end-users, and 3) improve collaboration and leader-member exchange and establish leadership resilience among AI engineers in the workplace.


Dr. Fritz Lebowsky

Dr. Fritz Lebowsky

Consultant in Management of Technology and Innovation

Dr. Fritz Lebowsky received a PhD degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. He became extremely curious about investigating astonishing human performance in visual perception and transferring the findings into consumer products.

A Master degree program of executive Management of Technology and Innovation at the Grenoble School of Management led to exploring new concepts of creating harmony between human emotional intelligence and artificial intelligence enabling a human sustainable future for ALL.

Dr. Sarah Spradlin

Dr. Sarah Spradlin

CEO, Vitruvian Advantage

Dr. Sarah Spradlin holds a DBA specializing in IO Psychology from Northcentral University, AZ, USA. After years of working with the U.S. Marine Corps & Special Operations Command, she became fascinated with the fundamental role EI plays in establishing a resilient workforce capable of effectively navigating change in today’s global market. She is a leading expert in the study & application of EI as it relates to talent acquisition & organizational resilience among high-performance teams.