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IWIB4AI Use Case #3: AI in HR Recruiting Systems: Addressing Ethical Issues and EU AI Act Compliance

The objective of this panel discussion is to share best business practices to enhance fairness, transparency, and compliance in AI-Driven HR Recruiting Systems.

IWIB4AI Use Case #3: AI in HR Recruiting Systems: Addressing Ethical Issues and EU AI Act Compliance
IWIB4AI Use Case #3: AI in HR Recruiting Systems: Addressing Ethical Issues and EU AI Act Compliance

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Sep 12, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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About the event

IWIB4AI Use Case #3: AI in HR Recruiting Systems: Addressing Ethical Issues and EU AI Act Compliance

Use Case's Objective: To enhance fairness, transparency, and compliance in AI-Driven HR Recruiting Systems

Overview:

AI-driven HR recruiting systems are increasingly utilized to streamline the hiring process, improve efficiency, and reduce biases. However, ethical concerns such as discrimination, lack of transparency, privacy issues, and compliance with regulatory frameworks like the EU AI Act need to be addressed to ensure these systems are fair, trustworthy, and legally compliant.  At the panel discussion, we will explore what are the best business practices to address these concerns and mitigate the risks.

Panelists

Karin Tafur, AI literacy, AI Leader & AI Governance and Legal Expert.

Karin is a leading expert on AI regulation in Europe, dedicated to promoting responsible AI practices. She provides legal and ethical advice on AI projects for well-known organizations in Europe and the US. As a recognized professional with affiliations at Milan's Information Society Law Center (ISLC) in Italy and a Former Adjunct Professor at Emlyon Business School in Paris and other educational institutions in France, Ms. Tafur's expertise extends beyond academia.  As a speaker, Ms. Tafur actively contributes to international AI conferences. As a published author, she has made impactful contributions to various works, including books addressing legal and ethical challenges in AI, Legal design, and groundbreaking AI publications in scientific and non-scientific journals. With extensive experience in academia, research, advisory roles, and industry consultancy, Ms. Tafur offers international AI consultancy and an exceptional AI Literacy Programme (https://www.karintafur.com/). An expert appointed for AI Projects at The European Research Council (European Union) and the Inter-American Development Bank (USA).

Panelist 2. TDC

Moderator: Tatiana Caldas-Löttiger

We will address the following areas:

Objectives:

1. Enhance Fairness: Mitigate biases in AI algorithms to promote equal opportunity for all candidates.

2. Ensure Transparency: Make AI decision-making processes understandable to both recruiters and candidates.

3. Protect Privacy: Safeguard candidate data and ensure compliance with privacy regulations.

4. Regulatory Compliance: Ensure the AI system complies with the EU AI Act and other relevant regulations.

Stakeholders:

- Employer/HR Professionals: Recruiters and hiring managers who use the AI system.

- Candidates: Individuals applying for jobs.

- Developers: Engineers and data scientists building and maintaining the AI system.

- Regulators: Bodies ensuring compliance with labor, privacy laws, and the EU AI Act.

Welcome!

IWIB4AI Team

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