TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 20212:00 - 3:00 p.m. PTWebcast (FREE for Members)
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HR leaders play a pivotal role in the adoption and governance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their organization. To maximize value creation with AI, they need to approach the technology strategically and ethically. They also must anticipate its transformative impacts and meet the responsible governance challenges ahead.
This talk offers practical, current, essential knowledge and strategies indispensable to succeed in the AI-powered HR world. HR leaders will benefit from impactful recommendations supporting ethical and scalable AI deployment in many HR functions and beyond. They will gain critical insights to harvest the benefits of a future-forward AI-driven organizational culture.
- Understand the capabilities, benefits and potential of AI for HR and the organization.
- Identify opportunities for optimization and innovation through AI
- Prevent and mitigate ethical and legal risks associated with AI.
- Develop a corporate culture that fosters trust in AI and organizational scalability.
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Dr. Valérie Morignat is an Artificial Intelligence and emerging technology expert. She is the CEO of Intelligent Story, a San Francisco-based consulting agency, and an Associate Professor of AI Strategy at aivancity business school (Paris). She holds a Ph.D. (summa cum laude) from the Sorbonne University, two certifications from MIT in AI and Business Strategy, and in Machine Learning, and is certified by IDF in Virtual and Augmented Reality design.
Dr. Morignat worked in France as Tenured Associate Professor of Cinema and Interactive Arts at the University of Montpellier 3. In New Caledonia, she served as policy expert and special advisor to the President and the Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy. In San Francisco, she occupied leadership positions in creative agencies, healthcare marketing firms, and technology startups. She support business leaders in adopting AI strategically and ethically.