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  • Artur Modliński

    Artur Modliński, Ph. – conducts research in the field of posthuman management and algorithmic organizations. He combines theories from ethology, anthropology, evolution, and psychology to explain phenomena in the area of organization management. He works at the Department of Management at the Faculty of Management, University of Lodz. Since 2019, he has been the head of the Center for Artificial Intelligence and Cybercommunication Research. Additionally, he contributes as a researcher at various institutions, including the International Research Center (CITAD) at Lusiada University, the Urban Sensorial Laboratory in Lisbon, the Iris Ancona Institute in Riga, the Romualdo del Bianco Foundation in Florence, and the European Foundation for Human Development. Dr. Modliński has described and explored numerous constructs, including the phenomenon of techno-empowerment, technosis, technologically sustainable organizations, technoization, organizational anastomosis, bifurcation structure, and the carnal collapse effect. Through field research, he has observed the phenomenon of human-robbing robots (HRR) and conceptualized the Manualization of Automated Processes (MPZ). He has also examined the conflict of organizational roles between humans and machines, which he refers to as Human Machine Trans Role Conflict (HMTRC). Notably, in collaboration with posthumanist Matthew Gladden, he has developed a metaphor representing the organization as a cyborg.