Eric Bogert is an assistant teaching professor in the Supply Chain and Information Management Department. He has a BA and Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia. His dissertation focused on how people respond to algorithmic advice. Currently, he is exploring this topic by studying how people respond to high quality, opt-in algorithmic advice, using data from Chess.com. Before graduate school he worked at Deloitte Consulting, Microsoft, and General Electric.

Education

  • PhD Management Information Systems, University of Georgia
  • BBA Management Information Systems, University of Georgia
  • BBA Finance, University of Georgia

Selected Publications

  • Bogert, E., Watson, R., Schecter, A., “Preregistration in Information Systems.” Accepted at Communications of the Association for Information Systems.
  • Bogert, E., Watson, R., Schecter, A., “Humans Rely More on Algorithms Than Social Influence as Tasks Become More Difficult.” Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-9

Selected Presentations

  • Bogert, E., Watson, R. Schecter, A. “The Wisdom of Artificially Intelligent Crowds” Americas Conference on Information Systems, (August 2020)
  • Bogert, E. Watson, R. Schecter, A. “Artificial and Human Intelligence in Creative Tasks” Americas Conference on Information Systems, (August 2020)
  • Bogert, E. “Mechanical Turk and Financial Dependency on Crowdsourcing” Americas Conference on Information Systems, New Orleans, LA, USA (August 2018)
  • Bogert, E., Berente, N., Schecter, A. “Digital Technology Substituting for Labor? Visual Effects and Knowledge Work in Movies” International Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, CA, USA (December 2018)