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Ethical considerations arising from Artificial Intelligence

Date: Thursday 29 Apr 2021
Time 9:30AM - 11:30AM
Venue:
Online via Zoom
VIC OD&D Network
Price: AHRI Members - 0.00
Non Members - 20.00
CPD: 2.00
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Ethical considerations arising from Artificial Intelligence

Ethical considerations arising from Artificial Intelligence
Session open  9:25am (AEST)  
Session start  9:30am (AEST)  
Session finish   11:30am (AEST)  

 
You will receive the Zoom link to join the session 1-2 business days prior to the forum. A further reminder email with this link will be sent on the morning of the forum.

VIC OD&D Online Forum 

The topic of ethics will be covered over a series of four forums throughout 2021 and is being organised by the Victorian OD&D Committee.

These forums will discuss the imperative for ethical conduct and build on the many key aspects of ethics. This series will build a powerful business case for the organisational imperative to operate using ethical frameworks, and especially during decision making. We will also build the case of an urgent imperative for HR to be the catalyst for ethics.

During the series, you will receive tools and ways of thinking to enrich discussions with your Board and Executive team on why ethics is an opportunity and a threat if not taken into deliberate consideration.

In this session our two esteemed speakers will present the fundamentals driving the uptake of Emergent technology in Australia and globally and how this is impacting the workplace and ethics.

During this second session the following questions will be asked:
- Why should HR care?
- What Artificial Intelligence and emerging technology is being used/available for businesses to use right now?
- What happens if you're not in the conversation and delegating the responsibility to technology?

This forum is suitable for:

HR professionals in their mid to senior career, specifically in the roles of :

- Director of HR
-  Head of HR
- Chief People Officer
- Organisaitonal Development
- Remuneration and Benefits
- HR Business Partner
- Industrial Relations
- Employment Law
- Recruitment

Speaker: Kath Blackham, Founder & CEO, VERSA

As an advocate for equity, Kath believes strongly that technology can enrich and simplify all lives. By employing conversational platforms that accommodate the needs of the elderly, the visually impaired, those living with disability, mobility and dexterity issues and/or those from different linguistic backgrounds - access to information becomes readily available to everyone. In 2020 Kath was honoured to receive the following awards and achievements:
- The CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards
- CEO of the Year 2020 (Finalist) The CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards
- Media Executive of the Year 2020 ARN’s Women in ICT Awards
- Entrepreneur 2020 B&T’s Women in Media Awards
- Woman of the Year 2020 B&T’s Women in Media Awards
- Executive Leader of the Year 2020 B&T’s Women in Media Awards
- Mentor of the Year 2020 B&T’s Women Leading Tech Awards
- Leading Entrepreneur/Founder 2020 

Speaker: Professor Marimuthu Palaniswami, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne

Marimuthu Palaniswami is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and an internationally recognised expert in Internet of Things (IoT), Sensor Networks, Automated Learning, and Computational Intelligence in large-scale complex systems. He is a named Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society over the period 2013-2015.

Professor Palaniswami is sought after by governments and industry as a global thought leader, researcher and developer of applications utilising Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. Palaniswami is internationally recognised as an expert on the Internet of Things (IoT), Sensor Networks, Automated Learning, and Computational Intelligence in large-scale complex systems and has a track record of knowledge transfer to industry and the community. Finally, Palani had a Google Scholar H index ranking of 61 making him one of the truly exceptional scholars in his field.

Registration

Registration closes: Wednesday 28 April 2021

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When
29/04/2021 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Where
Online via Zoom VIC OD&D Network
 
 

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