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    AI and Technology: What HR Needs to Know for the Future of Work (HRLA)

    Date: January 31, 2024, 12:00pm – 1:30pm
    Free to HRLA members; $35 CT SHRM Chp. Members; $45 Non-Members; $17.50 Students/In-Transition
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    he conversation around Artificial Intelligence in HR sparks a wide range of emotions. From hope and optimism to dread and dystopia, as a profession we’re all trying to sort through it as the world changes. While the technology we use now continues to evolve, we must understand how to harness it effectively, legally and ethically.

    Key take aways:

    • What HR Needs to Know About Generative Artificial Intelligence Use in Their Workplaces
    • How HR Can Use AI
    • Employee Perspectives on AI
    • Easy AI Wins for HR
    • Legal Risks
    • AI Failures
    • Recent AI Litigation
    • Compliance Steps

    If you’re still coming to grips with how to strategize around the implementation of AI or how to manage technology in the HR world already in place, this session is for you!

    1.0 SHRM & HRCI Credits Pending

    About the Speaker:

    Britt-Marie Cole-Johnson, a partner in Robinson+Cole's Labor and Employment Group, counsels boards of directors, senior management, and human resources professionals in all areas of employment law, with a focus on sensitive, high-risk personnel issues, workplace investigations, compliance, training, and U.S. market entry initiatives for international organizations. She represents a wide array of employers, ranging from Fortune 500 Companies and publicly traded companies to nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and manufacturers.