|16:00 – 16:15 (15 min)||Welcoming Remarks|
|16:15 – 17:15 (60 min)||
The power of Artificial intelligence – Can AI help create better jobs ?
Keynote Speech and Fireside Chat
moderated by Séverine Ambrus (Radio Television Suisse)
|17:25 – 18:40 (75 min)||
Four Breakout Sessions
I. Disruption – AI as a disruptor of jobs and work
moderated by Isabelle Chappuis (FuturesLab HEC UNIL)
II. Solution – AI as an enhancer of skills and work
Experts: Prof. Karl Aberer (EPFL), David N. Barnes (IBM), Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens (huapii), Gary Gan Chia Huey (JobKred), Dr. Alberto-Giovanni Busetto (Adecco group),Nan Craig (Faethm AI) ,Dr. Elizabeth Wilke (LinkedIn), Dr. Alec Levenson (University of Southern California)
III. Implementation – The enabling environment of AI
moderated by Dr. Michael Fung (SkillsFuture Singapore)
IV. Inclusion – AI is for who?
moderated by Dr. Phoebe V. Moore (University of Leicester)
|18:45 – 19:05 (20 min)||
Feedback from Breakouts
moderated by Dr. Marianne Schörling (Geneva Macro Labs)
|19:05 – 19:15 (10 min)||Conclusion|
Instructions for the breakout-sessions: TBD
What is the impact of AI as a “disrupter” of jobs, work quality, skills shifts and as a trigger for new forms of work by 2030?
CEOs, CHRO, strategic leaders
Dr. Michael Fung
In a world disrupted by AI, what type of “enabling ecosystems” can and should be put in place by policy makers?
Policy makers, educators, governments
How can AI become a “solution”, help identifying future occupations and help building the competences and skills needed by 2030?
Prof. Karl Aberer (EPFL)
David Barnes (IBM)
Bruce Fecheyr-Lippens (huapii)
Gary Gan Chia Huey (JobKred)
Dr. Alberto-Giovanni Busetto (Adecco group)
Nan Craig (Faethm AI)
Dr. Elizabeth Wilke (LinkedIn)
Dr. Alec Levenson (University of Southern California)
HR analytics, recruiters, HR service providers
(University of Leicester)
How can we ensure Responsible AI at the workplace, how can AI help us to strengthen diversity?
AI ethics specialists, lawyers, compliance officers, data scientists