As part of the Annual Refugee Law Initiative conference, at the School of Advanced Studies, University of London, PRIO researchers organized a panel on "Refugees, Generative AI and Knowledge Production: Revisiting 'Humanitarianism and Suffering: The Mobilization of Empathy'", aimed at re-reading the classic volume from 2009 (edited by Wilson and Brown) in light of how AI will and is already impacting humanitarian aid. Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, who contributed to this volume, introduced its key contribution to the field; Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert presented a paper on "AI-generated images of refugees’ plight: Empathy, authenticity, and representations of ‘reality’"; Beata Paragi presented a paper on "The (non-)reconciliation of the human condition and the artificial aspects of AI in refugee work"; and finally Kristin Bergtora Sandvik presented her paper on "Refugee resettlement: from the production of individual credibility to the experimental production of credible geopolitical solutions". The panel discussion was chaired by Tatiana Cernicova-Dragomir from the West University of Timisoara, Romania.