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Rebekah Tweed

Executive Director, All Tech is Human

Rebekah Tweed

Rebekah Tweed is the Executive Director of All Tech Is Human and a leader in Responsible Technology. Rebekah was named one of the 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics in 2023 and frequently speaks on responsible AI, generative AI, AI policy, and responsible technology careers, talent, and hiring trends. She is the guest editor of Springer AI and Ethics Journal topical collection on the social impacts of AI on youth and children and is the Co-Chair of the IEEE Global AI Ethics Initiative Editing Committee and a member of the Arts Committee.    

 

Previously, Rebekah worked as the Assistant Producer of A BETTER TECH, 2021 Public Interest Technology (PIT) Convention & Career Fair, hosted by New York University and funded by New America’s PIT-University Network. Prior to that, Rebekah worked as the Project Manager for NYC law firm Eisenberg & Baum, LLP’s AI Fairness and Data Privacy Practice Group, where she examined technology’s impact on society, organizing and promoting virtual events to build public awareness around algorithmic discrimination and data privacy issues in New York City and beyond. 

Session
You are future-proof
Wednesday, April 17
9:15 am - 10:20 am CT
Keynote – Spotlight Panel: Artificial Intelligence and the Role of Humanity in HR
Keynote, Mainstage
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation aren’t just the future of work — they’ve More details arrived and they’re just getting started. Companies are racing to unlock their full potential, and HR is very much a part of that transformation. In fact, according to Aptitude Research, 75% of companies today are moving to embed AI in their HR operating models.

Preparing for this new way of working, HR departments are focusing on ways to increase operating capacity and stretching the boundaries of traditional HR work. As with any transformative technology, this will make a few roles obsolete while creating many new jobs and opportunities, but the most profound changes will be within jobs, as AI takes over routine or repetitive tasks, leaving humans to do what they do best – create, imagine, decide, communicate, and more. In this way, AI doesn’t take work from humans — it can create a more human way of working.

In this session, you will:
  • Get a crash course in AI and generative AI tools
  • Understand what role AI can play in certain functions within HR, making employees more productive where it counts
  • How to partner with IT to mitigate risks, review issues of corporate governance / due diligence and lean on this key stakeholder group to move projects forward
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