A bibliometric analysis of how cognitive technologies affects man-machine collaboration
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Research addressing artificial intelligence (AI), and related topics, is rapidly increasing. However, despite this emerging interest, the current body of published research remains complex and unstructured. In particular, it remains to be understood how these technologies is implemented and cause changes in man-machine collaboration. To inform this issue, we conducted a bibliometric analysis of extant literature on AI and man-machine collaboration to take stock of extant published research in order to provide a foundation upon which both future theory and practice can be built. Our study contributes with the identification of four important dimensions of man-machine collaboration; Knowledge worker, Organization, Market, and Society. Moreover, our findings reveals that extant research is inconclusive with respect to the forces affecting these dimensions as different authors record both proactive forces and constraining forces associated with each of the four dimensions.