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FREE WEBINAR: Artificial Intelligence (AI): Impact & Consequences for HR

Workplace Conversations: The growing impact & consequences of AI for HR

Join our new FREE series of 'Workplace Conversations' which fuse our research and top-class address books, refined after over thirty years as the UK’s leading HR policy training company.  

Time: 1100 - 1215 (if you can't attend live, register to watch the recording. If you are unable to register via zoom, please email us so we can send you the recording link: registrations@bfi.co.uk)

When: Wednesday, 19th July '23

Cost per attendee: FREE

What are the potential risks and benefits for employers when using Artificial Intelligence? 

There’s a lot of hype and hyperbole around the powerful AI processing tools, which provides content-rich copy and analysis for everyone. Is this the dawning of a bright new future in which employees can be freed from the mundanity of everyday tasks to concentrate on development, creativity and human-only production? Or is it a dystopian development which will put our data at risk, and leaving your organisation open to claims after employee misuse, inaccurate input or plagiarism? 

As always, the truth probably lies somewhere in between. HR need to understand the potential risks posed by employee use, as well as look at the potential for outsourcing a range of tasks from recruitment, to updating policy in real time to tackling pay inequality.

How can and should generative AI be leveraged by smart employers? 

This one-hour update brings together experts from both the UK and the EU to deliver a comprehensive overview for HR.  We will explore the key issues, ask questions of our experts and arm delegates with some answers about how AI can and should be leveraged by smart employers.

We are accepting questions before and during the broadcast. Please send your questions to elizabeth.smith@bfi.co.uk.

Which functions will benefit from attending

  • HR, RECRUITMENT & RESOURCING, POLICY & STRATEGY, OPERATIONS, LEGAL, TALENT, EQUALITY, POLICY, ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, EMPLOYER BRANDING, ENGAGEMENT, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS, PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT, LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT, IMPROVEMENT AND QUALITY AND ALL DIRECTORS AND LINE MANAGERS WITH RESPONSIBILITIES IN THIS AREA.

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Welcome

Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research
Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

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Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research , Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

Elizabeth is director of research and a founding co-director at Business Forums International. She is responsible for all programme content and writing, and researches current areas of interest for senior HR professionals in large organisations. BFI is the UK’s leading HR risk specialist conference and training provider, delivering key and timely information to over 3,000 delegates a year both through public and in-house training courses. Before founding BFI in 1996, Elizabeth specialised in researching corporate financial programmes in Asia and the Middle East, based in Dubai. She also worked in advertising and publishing in the Middle East and London. Elizabeth was educated in the West Indies, Saudi Arabia and Belgium before reading Modern Languages at Durham University. She is currently developing an online training course for line managers to raise awareness of menopause symptoms and ways that employers can work to make their workplaces more inclusive.

DEBATE: Appropriate controls and guidelines

Markus Janko

Markus Janko


Kliemt

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Markus Janko

, Kliemt

Marco Sideri

Marco Sideri

Partner
Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo

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Marco Sideri

Partner , Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo

Marco Sideri is a Partner at Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo and specializes in employment law, labour law, and commercial agency contracts. He read law at the University of Genoa, graduating in 2002, and was admitted to the Italian Bar in 2006. Marco is the author of a number of articles and publications on employment law topics and is enrolled on the Freelance Journalist Bar. He participates in many national and international conferences and seminars, as both a speaker and lecturer. Who’s Who Legal names Marco a Global and National Leader – Italy for Labour, Employment and Benefits.

Cliff Fluet

Cliff Fluet

Partner
Lewis Silkin LLP

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Cliff Fluet

Partner , Lewis Silkin LLP

Cliff joined Lewis Silkin as a Partner in April 2006 after over a decade as in-house counsel in the music and broadcast industry and founded our market-leading Media & Entertainment group. He has the privilege to act for some of the world’s largest names in mobile, brands, recorded music, mobile, live music, radio, audio-visual production and online. Cliff is named by both the Legal 500 and Chambers as a Leader in his field. He specialises in working with clients whom are embracing content-based entertainment and technology for the first time such as FMCG and lifestyle brand owners, advertising agencies, digital agencies, investment funds and financial institutions. He has a passion for working on innovative new business models and in relation to the monetisation of rights.

  • Introduction and history of AI and rise of ChatGPT 
  • ChatGPT/AI from a HR-legal/data protection perspective
  • ChatGPT/AI and works councils/unions
  • AI Act and what happened in Italy
  • How companies should control use of ChatGPT
  • Data and privacy

Key questions for employers to consider

Edosa Odaro

Edosa Odaro

Chief Data Analytics & Privacy Officer
Tawuniya

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Edosa Odaro

Chief Data Analytics & Privacy Officer , Tawuniya

Edosa is a cross-industry AI (artificial intelligence) and data transformation leader who has helped countless international organisations deliver significant impact through advanced data analytics, transformation strategy implementations, and value-based intelligent interventions. Currently Chief Data Analytics & Privacy Officer, Edosa also serves on selective boards.

  • Inherent systems bias - will it lead to greater discrimination 
  • AI vs line managers - understanding all the pitfalls 
  • Ethical use of AI - data protection, privacy, human rights, safety and misinformation 
  • What Are Data Ethics Principles - transparency, accuracy, accountability, fairness, contestability and security. 

Understanding the risks to employers and HR

Tarun Tawakley

Tarun Tawakley

Partner
Lewis Silkin LLP

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Tarun Tawakley

Partner , Lewis Silkin LLP

Tarun is a partner in Lewis Silkin’s market leading employment team and is the co-head of the firm’s technology sector group. Outside of his core practice, he sits acts as a non-executive adviser to a fast-growing technology business through Lewis Silkin’s consultancy business, eleven. In a former life, he was the Head of Employment Law and Commercial Litigation at Deliveroo – where he was responsible for all employee, rider and wider commercial disputes across 14 markets. Personal accolades include being recognised in Legal500, Chambers&Partners and the Lawyer’s Hot100 list.

  • How do you know who is using it?
  • What are the risks?
  • Policy and practice, should you regulate and if so how?

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