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Ransome BAWACK

Specialisation : Marketing

Status : PhD student

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Ransome Bawack is a PhD fellow who is passionate about research on artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data. Fascinated by how these technologies and related concepts are changing every aspect of our society, he is investigating the relationships between people and AI artefacts (hardware & software).

Ransome has published in leading peer review journals, book chapters and conference papers in the field of information systems (IS), with several others underway. His current research focuses on building interrelationships between humans and AI artefacts to facilitate the adoption and acceptance of AI at the individual, organizational and societal levels.

 

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Information systems
  • Big data
  • Business anaytics
  • Conversational agents
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • BIG DATA
  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • CONVERSATIONAL AGENTS
  • CHATBOT
  • Toward the development of interpersonal relatonships between humans and AI-enabled devices
  • Articles (ranked journals)
    • Adequacy of UTAUT in clinician adoption of health information systems in developing countries: The case of Cameroon
      BAWACK, R., J. R.KALA KAMDJOUG, "Adequacy of UTAUT in clinician adoption of health information systems in developing countries: The case of Cameroon", International Journal of Medical Informatics, January 2018, vol. 109, pp. 15-22
    • Bitcoin, Blockchain, and FinTech: A Systematic Review and Case Studies in the Supply Chain
      BAWACK, R., S.FOSSO WAMBA , J. R.KALA KAMDJOUG, J.KEOGH, "Bitcoin, Blockchain, and FinTech: A Systematic Review and Case Studies in the Supply Chain" Forthcoming Production Planning and Control
    • ERP project failure: Evidence From a Developing Country
      BAWACK, R., J. R.KALA KAMDJOUG, A.TAYOU, "ERP project failure: Evidence From a Developing Country", Business Process Management Journal, 2019
    • Student’s Information Use Behavior to Inform Information System Design in the Context of Marginal Universities
      BAWACK, R., J. R.KALA KAMDJOUG, S.FOSSO WAMBA, "Student’s Information Use Behavior to Inform Information System Design in the Context of Marginal Universities", Information and Management, 2019
  • Chapters of books
    • E-Participation in Developing Countries: The Case of the National Social Insurance Fund in Cameroon
      BAWACK, R., J. R.KALA KAMDJOUG, S.FOSSO WAMBA, A.FOBANG NOUTSA, "E-Participation in Developing Countries: The Case of the National Social Insurance Fund in Cameroon" in Optimizing E-Participation Initiatives Through Social Media., Laura Alcaide-Muñoz, Francisco José Alcaraz-Quiles Eds, chap. 6, pp. 126-154, 2018
  • Conferences, symposiums, workshops
    • Artificial Intelligence in Practice: Implications for Information Systems Research
      BAWACK, R., S.FOSSO WAMBA, K.CARILLO, "Artificial Intelligence in Practice: Implications for Information Systems Research" in Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2019, Cancun, Mexico
  • 2017 - Master Information Systems Management / Catholic University of Central Africa
  • 2013 - Bachelor, Engineering, Information Technology / University of Buea
  • Since 2018 - PhD / Toulouse School of Management

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