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AI vs. Human Analysis – Who’s is the Master of the Analysis & Why is that an Important Question?

AI, is without doubt one of the key technologies influencing the future, as such it holds many promises as well as some serious challenges. For starters: Artificial intelligence is a very broad term that is used widely in a variety of contexts today, yet there no accepted definition. AI is not a single technology, but a spectrum of solutions and processes with the purpose to analyze huge amounts of data and subsequently perform standardized tasks incl. learning, evaluating and solving problems. A process for which, in the past, we relied on HI (human intelligence). The distinguishing feature that takes AI beyond plain data analysis is that AI systems have a degree of adaptability and even autonomy.

The EU’s AI Act considers AI used in the HR sector as high-risk and with this designating come a number of required safe-guards, such as human-in-the-loop and minimum documentation standards. Usage of AI in HR covers the entire cycle of working life, from recruiting and personnel management to long-term personnel development.

Despite the potential that the use of AI offers companies, AI analysis esp. in HR also raises important questions. Legislation around AI in may other jurisdictions is lagging far behind the rapid advancements in AI technology and many important questions have not yet been addressed.

Our panel will discuss issue such as:
• Why is AI and human analysis on everyone’s mind and how has this issues evolved, and why are we discussing this now?
• AI & Diversity/Equality: Is AI a better, more objective decision maker?
• Who is the master of human analysis and is that who we want it to be in the future;
• Do we need safety nets and what would those look like, are they fool proof
• Is AI more likely an opportunity or rather a danger, esp. in the highly sensitive environment of HR?
• What are some of the most common applications and what have we learned so far?
• What is the current status on AI legislation in NY/US, Europe, UK?
• Putting the Cart before the Code: What are the challenges when legislating AI?
• What challenges do companies face when implementing AI driven analysis?
• How will AI change how we work and the labor market as a whole?
• What do we want? What is the ideal use of AI in making choices about human and notably in the work context?

• Dr. Inka KnappertsbuschSenior Associate, CMS
• Peter FatelnigMinister-Counsellor for Digital Economy Policy, DELEGATION of the EUROPEAN UNION to the UNITED STATES
• Alexander SchlichtVice President Legal, OSBORNE CLARKE
 A. Nicole Stover, Vice Chair – Litigation, STRADLEY RONON
• Yvonne Bendinger-Rothschild, Executive Director, EACCNY [Moderator]

8:30 – 9:00 AM Check-in | 9:00 – 10:00 AM Program | 10:00 – 10:30 AM Networking

EACCNY Members: Free
EACCNY non-Members: Free

Proof of Covid-19 vaccination is required to attend.


Location name: TBA
Location adress: TBA
New York



Jun 14 2023


13:30 - 18:00

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