Special Session 4

This special session is organised and supported by  the following educational partner

The University of Malta, Malta

Corporate AI

The current and emerging trends of the application of AI in the corporate/enterprise world

Session Chair and Co-Chair:

  • Profs. Matthew Montebello & Dr. Godwin Caruana

Session Committees:

  • Profs. Vincent Cassar
  • Dr Vanessa Camilleri
  • Dr Marthese Borg
  • Mr Stephen Agius 


Artificial Intelligence in general is becoming increasingly prevalent in multiple areas. The Corporate world is also looking at opportunities of how it can exploit and govern the use of AI. Human Resources, Marketing, Sales, Operations and other functions within an Organisation are and have increased their attention on how to possible exploit applicable use of this disruptor. This special session will focus on the areas within typical oragnaisations and how AI is being explored and applied. The focus of this issue will be on real world, practical application of AI in small to medium Organisation and how they are applying AI to become increasingly competitive.


This special session invites authors from range of different backgrounds such as education and industry to submit high-quality research papers and original work on emerging and innovative application of AI in a corporate business construct .The paper could be representing different stages of research and development, i.e. from intermediate to final results. The emphasis would be on the research and development of theories, techniques and solutions for real-world problems and applications Contributions are invited in the areas that include but not limited to:

  • AI in Human Resources – Selection / Employee Churn.
  • Governance/Ethical challenges of AI in the Workplace.
  • Real-world applications of AI in current corporates.
  • Employee perception of AI.
  • Board of Director’s / Shareholder’s view of AI in the workplace
  • Impact and evolution of the Workplace for specific roles (e.g. Accountants, Engineers, Content Authors etc.).
  • Corporate responsibility of AI induced damages / Transparency challenges of AI at the workplace.
  • Business standards and AI ethics.

Paper Submission:

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers (not exceeding 6 pages) conform to the IEEE format . All papers will be handled and processed electronically via the EDAS online submission system.