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AI Transparency: What Does it Mean for Your Business?

Wednesday 16th November, 4-6pm
11:30 ET / 4:30pm BST
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In the rapidly evolving world of employment and HR, staying ahead of the curve is more important than ever. With AI and technology shaping the employee lifecycle, understanding and navigating workplace relations in this new context is paramount.

Join us for a cutting-edge webinar exploring practices, regulations, and the future of equal opportunity laws in the age of AI. This must-attend event features insights from Keith Sonderling, Commissioner of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and is hosted by Holistic AI's Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Adriano Koshiyama.

What to Expect

  • During this insightful webinar, you'll gain invaluable knowledge on:
  • The latest developments and trends in talent management and hiring tools
  • The impact of AI and automation on the hiring process
  • Commissioner Sonderling's perspective on the future of HR, Technology, and Regulations
  • Best practices for creating a legally compliant and diverse workplace environment
  • Balancing efficiency and fairness in your hiring practices

With NYC Bias Audit (Local Law 144) enforcement starting on July 5th, 2023, and similar legislation being proposed across the US, now is the time to prepare for the future of workplace relations in the age of AI.

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Seize this opportunity to learn from top authorities in workplace relations and talent management. Register now to secure your place and stay ahead in the competitive world of talent management.


Keith E. Sonderling

Commissioner, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Keith E. Sonderling was confirmed by the U.S. Senate, with a bipartisan vote, to be a Commissioner on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in 2020. Until January of 2021, he served as the Commission’s Vice-Chair. His term expires July of 2024.

The EEOC is the federal agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.

Since joining the EEOC, one of Commissioner Sonderling’s highest priorities is ensuring that artificial intelligence and workplace technologies are designed and deployed consistent with long-standing civil rights laws. Commissioner Sonderling has published numerous articles on the benefits and potential harms of using artificial intelligence-based technology in the workplace and speaks globally on these emerging issues.

Prior to his confirmation to the EEOC, Commissioner Sonderling served as the Acting and Deputy Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division at the U.S. Department of Labor. Before joining the Department of Labor in 2017, Commissioner Sonderling practiced Labor and Employment law in Florida. Commissioner Sonderling also serves as a Professional Lecturer in the Law at George Washington University Law School, teaching employment discrimination.

Adriano Koshiyama‍

Co-Founder and CEO - Holistic AI

Adriano Koshiyama is the co-founder of Holistic AI, an AI Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) software solution. Holistic AI services many large and medium-size organizations on their journey on adopting AI, ensuring due risk-management, and compliance with the changing regulatory & standards environment. Previously, he was a Research Fellow in Computer Science at University College London, and academically, he has published more than 50 papers in international conferences and journals. He is responsible for ground-breaking results in the intersection of Machine Learning and Finance, with the earlier work on GANs and Transfer Learning in this area.

UCL Centre for Digital Innovation and Holistic AI

AI Transparency: What Does it Mean for Your Business?

Wednesday 16th November, 4-6pm
@ IDEA London
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Developing and deploying transparent AI is critical for ensuring fair, safe and ethical algorithmic decision-making.

This session will explore how to build AI systems which are explainable and how to meaningfully interpret and communicate AI decision-making to relevant audiences. Without understanding how and why an algorithm makes decisions, automated decisions cannot be reviewed, challenged, or redressed. This is crucial in contexts where AI makes decisions or recommendations which affect human lives (e.g., education, healthcare, employment, financial services and insurance). Without transparency, AI systems cannot be held accountable.

Transparency also matters in commercial contexts. Given that many enterprises procure AI systems from technology vendors, it is crucial that they understand what they are buying, how well it works and how it should be used. End-users and citizens should also be informed that they are interacting with or being assessed by AI (e.g., with chatbots or in video interviews).

Key takeaways

  • How to manage the transparency risks of AI systems
  • How to meaningfully communicate AI decision-making to different audiences
  • Information which should be sought when procuring AI
  • The transparency requirements of AI regulations (e.g., EU AI Act)
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  • Chair: Graça Carvalho, Director - UCL Centre for Digital Innovation
  • Dr Emre Kazim, Co-Founder and COO - Holistic AI
  • Charles Kerrigan, Partner (Banking & International Finance) - CMS
  • Additional speakers TBC

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