Hind Benbya is Professor and Head of IS and Business Analytics at Deakin Business School in Melbourne. Her research and consulting consist in developing frameworks and tools for implementing and evaluating the effects of digital technologies on knowledge and innovative work. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in top academic journals (A* and FT50 ranked journals), including MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems and Journal of Information Technology as well as top practitioner journals like MIT Sloan Management Review, and MISQ Executive. Hind is author and co-editor of four books including: (1) Knowledge Management Systems Implementation: Lessons from the Silicon Valley, (2) Exploring the Design and Effects of Internal Knowledge Markets and (3) Successful OSS Project Design & Implementation. At the Oxford Internet Institute, Prof. Benbya investigates the policy implications of emerging artificial intelligence technologies in healthcare such as Digital Twins and AI-enhanced Robotic Surgery
Artificial Intelligence, Robotics surgery, Digital Twins, Crowdsourcing and Digital Innovation.