Webinar

Responsible AI in HR: Ensuring Fair and Unbiased Decision-Making

June 20th , Thursday

9 am – 10 am PT

Online

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, the strategic adoption of AI tools in HR is revolutionizing employee decision-making. However, it is imperative to incorporate ethical considerations into our strategies to ensure fair and unbiased outcomes. AI tools have been known to mirror the common biases in society. Serving up high-paying jobs to men versus women, screening out darker-skinned candidates in video interviews, and awarding women lower performance ratings are just a few of the known examples. If left unchecked, such algorithms have the potential to propagate biased decision-making, causing unintended harm to humans. No other function is as important as HR in ensuring fair and unbiased decisions about employees.
Our recent session brought together a distinguished panel of experts who provided valuable insights into the intricacies of implementing AI tools responsibly. We delved into the strategic considerations HR professionals must address to create a solid foundation for unbiased decision-making about employees.

We explored the following topics:
– Exciting use cases for adopting AI in decision-making for HR
– Considerations for ensuring the ethical and responsible use of AI
– HR’s role in ensuring the responsible use of AI

Participants gained valuable insights into how HR can drive decision-making efficiency and accuracy by proactively addressing biases and promoting fairness in the age of AI.

Register to access the recording, summary, key insights and highlighted timestamps

Panelists

Moderator

Eric Sydell, Ph.D.

CEO, Vero AI
Formerly @Modern Hire and @Shaker International

Fred Oswald, Ph.D.

Professor, Rice University
Chair, Board on Human-Systems Integration (BOHSI)
Member, National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee (NAIAC)

Dr. Alec Levenson

Jay Steffensmeier, Ph.D.

Formerly @Amazon
and @Microsoft

Shreya Sarkar-Barney, Ph.D.

CEO, Human Capital Growth,
Affiliate Research Scientist,
Center for Effective Organizations,
University of Southern California

Moderator

Shreya Sarkar-Barney, Ph.D.

CEO, Human Capital Growth,
Affiliate Research Scientist,
Center for Effective Organizations,
University of Southern California