We are excited to sponsor the Hunt Scanlon event on Sourcing Talent with AI coming up this week in New York City. The main topic is How Automated Technologies are Transforming the Search for People.
AGENDA for the day below
EMBRACING AI DISRUPTION & DIGITIZATION: RE-IMAGINING THE ROLE OF HR & TA
Jill Larsen EVP & CHRO - Medidata
The robots are coming. The threat of AI and the statistics can be overwhelming, especially if you are working in a job segment that is ripe for disruption. With the proliferation of HR technology, the reality is that HR roles and work will be automated – interview scheduling, candidate assessment, and talent analytics to name a few. Savvy HR practitioners are not only embracing this change, but are also working on reinventing themselves and innovating ahead of the AI tsunami. In her presentation, Jill Larsen, EVP and CHRO of Medidata will discuss the impact of AI on the talent strategy at both Medidata and her former employer, Cisco, and provide strategies and tools to accelerate your firms talent transformation.
HOW DATA SCIENCE WILL AUGMENT HUMAN JUDGMENT BUT NEVER REPLACE IT
Partner - Egon Zehnder
Technology is already changing the way we think about both talent recruitment and development. But will sophisticated data science replace human judgment, or enhance it? Karim Jalbout, a partner at Egon Zehnder with a focus on distributive companies, will discuss how AI is still not there when it comes to the world of talent. He’ll also share lessons and learnings from his perch at this leading global executive search firm as it further develops its predictive and talent insights capabilities.
HOW AI IS REVOLUTIONIZING RECRUITING & HIRING
Matt ShorePresident - StevenDouglas
Artificial intelligence is fast establishing itself as a game-changer for recruiting – enabling organizations to more readily identify and hire candidates. The following panel comprised of experts from both corporate HR and executive search discuss how they are looking at AI as they navigate through rapidly moving technologies.
HOW AI WILL TRANSFORM THE TALENT GAME
Director, People Analytics and Cognitive Offerings - IBM
AI is transforming industries and professions. The daily life of a marketer, an HR professional, a doctor and a safety inspector will be very different five years ago from today. Anshul Sheopuri, director of people analytics at IBM, will discuss how AI is driving this change – and how companies can enable this transformation.
THE FUTURE OF WORK: HOW TO PREPARE EMPLOYEES, MANAGERS, AND LEADERS TO PARTNER WITH ROBOTS AND AI AND BUILD 21ST CENTURY CAREERS
Jeff SchwartzPrincipal - Deloitte Consulting
AI, robotics, and automation are gaining a strong foothold in the workplace – faster than many of us ever anticipated. Welcome to the world of exponentials. According to the 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, adoption of automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence (AI) is accelerating dramatically. Almost half (47 percent) of this year’s 11,000 respondents report their organization is deeply involved in automation projects, and 42 percent believe AI will be widely deployed in their organizations within three to five years.
Despite these future expectations, many leaders are struggling to prepare and proactively lead new employee-machine partnerships. Beyond automating existing processes, pioneers are rethinking work architecture to redesign the role and the value of both humans and machines. This new challenge aims to improve productivity and meaning in the new workforce. At the center of this presentation are the dual opportunities to redesign work and reimagine 21st century careers and lifelong skill development.
AI - RECRUITER'S NEW SUPER POWER
John Jersin Senior Director of Product Management / Head of Talent Solutions Products - LinkedIn
John Jersin, product leader for LinkedIn’s talent solutions products, will discuss how harnessing the power of AI and machine learning allows recruiters to focus on what matters most: Finding not only the best possible candidates, but the ones most likely to be interested and make an immediate impact.
Today, having the best people is more critical for the success of a company than ever before. But, speed matters. Therefore, the pressure is on for recruiters.
HR IN THE AGE OF AI
Michael D'Ambrose SVP & CHRO - Archer Daniels Midland Co.
In this keynote address, ADM senior vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO), Michael D’Ambrose, will share his insights on the rise of AI, drawing perspective from his 35-year HR career. In the rapidly evolving AI landscape, he will discuss implications for the broad HR function with a targeted look at attracting, onboarding and retaining top talent. He will also offer an extraordinary preview of the early steps ADM is taking to capitalize on AI technology.