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Using Artificial Intelligence: The Opportunities and Risks

Using Artificial Intelligence: The Opportunities and Risks
The term Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been used loosely in the recruitment and staffing space in recent years to describe a wide variety of technology and solutions. As true AI solutions for agencies become more prevalent, it also becomes increasingly important to form a solid definition of this technology, along with an understanding of the risks and opportunities it poses. Members are invited to join us for this webinar featuring a panel of technology experts who will lead a discussion on this.

Using Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Risks


Overview:

The term ‘Artificial Intelligence' (AI) has been used loosely in the recruitment and staffing space in recent years to describe a wide variety of technology and solutions. As true AI solutions for agencies become more prevalent, it also becomes increasingly important to form a solid definition of this technology, along with an understanding of the risks and opportunities it poses.

 A recent article published by the Australian Human Rights Commission highlighting the risk of algorithmic bias when utilising AI acts as one example of the pitfalls that recruitment and staffing agencies may face. Unless agencies fully understand and address the risk posed by AI, the promise of the technology will be hollow.

Members are invited to join us for this webinar featuring a panel of technology experts who will discuss the opportunities and risks posed by AI to the recruitment and staffing space. The aim of this session is to assist agencies to properly understand AI and in turn form a framework for implementing this technology to mitigate its risk and maximise its potential.   

Session Date & Time: Tuesday, 28 September 2021, 12:30PM - 1:30PM (AEST)

Meet the Panel:

Rudy Crous
Compono Co-Founder


As a Corporate Psychologist, Rudy has worked extensively with businesses to improve their people systems and organisational cultures. Passionate about people and how they engage with work, Rudy saw that companies needed the next generation of HR technology to tackle employee and employer challenges. This led to the creation and co-founding of Compono. A powerful work platform that delivers intelligent software systems for employee engagement and talent optimisation across 3 key HR pillars - talent acquisition, talent retention, and talent development. Rudy provides advice to international businesses, government organisations, and regulators, whilst driving digital transformations. He has written and spoken extensively on organisational responses to the impacts of change driven by technology, company culture and people management. Specialising in Organisation Change and Culture Management, Operational Strategy and Planning, Workforce Training and Assessment, Team and Leadership Coaching and Development.

David Mckeague
Curious Thing Co-Founder & Chief Strategist

David is a serial tech entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience building advanced systems and technology businesses. Before Curious Thing, David was the Co-founder of Incoming Media, a mobile-embedded Machine Learning media solution backed by Intel, Warner Brothers and Warner Music. It was exited to OVO in 2017. David was also a founding team member of Nitero, a semiconductor and wireless VR solution exited to AMD.

Delivery:

  • The session will be held over Zoom.
  • Registrants will receive the Zoom link via email 3 business days prior to the session.

  • Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    RCSA Advocacy & Policy
    Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
    Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
    E: ihagenebyl@rcsa.com.au 


    When
    28/09/2021 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
    Where
    Online
    Online registration not available.
     

    Using Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Risks


    Overview:

    The term ‘Artificial Intelligence' (AI) has been used loosely in the recruitment and staffing space in recent years to describe a wide variety of technology and solutions. As true AI solutions for agencies become more prevalent, it also becomes increasingly important to form a solid definition of this technology, along with an understanding of the risks and opportunities it poses.

     A recent article published by the Australian Human Rights Commission highlighting the risk of algorithmic bias when utilising AI acts as one example of the pitfalls that recruitment and staffing agencies may face. Unless agencies fully understand and address the risk posed by AI, the promise of the technology will be hollow.

    Members are invited to join us for this webinar featuring a panel of technology experts who will discuss the opportunities and risks posed by AI to the recruitment and staffing space. The aim of this session is to assist agencies to properly understand AI and in turn form a framework for implementing this technology to mitigate its risk and maximise its potential.   

    Session Date & Time: Tuesday, 28 September 2021, 12:30PM - 1:30PM (AEST)

    Meet the Panel:

    Rudy Crous
    Compono Co-Founder


    As a Corporate Psychologist, Rudy has worked extensively with businesses to improve their people systems and organisational cultures. Passionate about people and how they engage with work, Rudy saw that companies needed the next generation of HR technology to tackle employee and employer challenges. This led to the creation and co-founding of Compono. A powerful work platform that delivers intelligent software systems for employee engagement and talent optimisation across 3 key HR pillars - talent acquisition, talent retention, and talent development. Rudy provides advice to international businesses, government organisations, and regulators, whilst driving digital transformations. He has written and spoken extensively on organisational responses to the impacts of change driven by technology, company culture and people management. Specialising in Organisation Change and Culture Management, Operational Strategy and Planning, Workforce Training and Assessment, Team and Leadership Coaching and Development.

    David Mckeague
    Curious Thing Co-Founder & Chief Strategist

    David is a serial tech entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience building advanced systems and technology businesses. Before Curious Thing, David was the Co-founder of Incoming Media, a mobile-embedded Machine Learning media solution backed by Intel, Warner Brothers and Warner Music. It was exited to OVO in 2017. David was also a founding team member of Nitero, a semiconductor and wireless VR solution exited to AMD.

    Delivery:

  • The session will be held over Zoom.
  • Registrants will receive the Zoom link via email 3 business days prior to the session.

  • Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    RCSA Advocacy & Policy
    Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
    Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
    E: ihagenebyl@rcsa.com.au