Amir Sariri is a Ph.D. student in Strategic Management at the Rotman School and a Research Fellow at the Creative Destruction Lab. His research interests centre on the economics of innovation. He focuses on the economics of artificial intelligence and conducts research on the labor market for AI scientists and implications of AI academic entrepreneurship on the rate and direction of research. His other research interests include entrepreneurial finance and university technology transfer. Before his PhD, he finished his Bachelor’s with focuses on Economics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Toronto.