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The Senate's AI Roadmap—Where will it take us?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Event Information | Speaker Bios & Contact Information Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the slide deck. After testimony from 150 experts, the Bipartisan Senate Working Group released its Roadmap for AI policy and governance. Will it be influential? And where will it take us?  Join two of the nation's leading experts, Professor Colleen Chien and Karen Silverman for a discussion about this Roadmap and its relevance. Speakers: Colleen Chien, BCLT Karen Silvermen, The Cantellus Group

  • Webcast
    Format
  • 34
    Min.
  • 7/23/24
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Workplace Disruption - the changing job market responding to AI, automation and digitalisation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT / Bird & Bird

Event Information | Speaker Bios and Contact Info Disruptive technologies like AI have the potential to revolutionise the way employers manage their workforce, impacting not only the future of work but also how companies monitor, recruit and retain their key talent. Harnessing the power of this technology can clearly be beneficial but there are many practical and legal considerations to be mindful of from an employment law perspective. This means that employers must continually update their knowledge of the opportunities and challenges that AI, automation and digitalisation brings, and consider these in the context of existing employment laws and their own ethical principles.  To provide a view into what is happening in Europe, we are joined by three partners from Bird & Bird: Catharina Klumpp based in Düsseldorf, Germany; Nathalie Devernay in Lyon, France; and Miguel Pastur in Madrid, Spain.   Speakers: Nathalie Devernay, Bird & Bird Catharina Klumpp, Bird & Bird Miguel Pastur, Bird & Bird

  • Webcast
    Format
  • 39
    Min.
  • 8/6/24
    Presented
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