The future is on everyone’s minds-what lies ahead and what will be its impact on people and work? AI, automation, employee experience, and productivity continue to be at the top of the minds of every organization. The one question staring them in the face is- how can they be future-ready by design? It is these questions People Matters TechHR Singapore 2020 will explore and hope to find the answers to.
Themed around ‘By Design’, Asia’s largest HR and WorkTech conference will examine the purpose of technology, its impact on business, accelerating change in talent practices as well as the way in which we architect digital culture while keeping an eye on what technology brings to the fore. Here are the key sessions from expert speakers that you can’t miss from this year’s line-up of carefully crafted sessions.
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The Six Waves of Artificial Intelligence & its Impact on People & Work
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics are technologies that are outperforming humans in tasks once thought to be impossible to automate. This keynote by award-winning Author, Data Science & Robotics Professor from Columbia University, Hod Lipson will focus on the six waves of Artificial Intelligence & the impact on People & Work, how to develop an AI strategy in your organization and identify new opportunities, and what the future holds.
Automating Beyond Human Expression
AI is the future of Technology. It can free us to create ineffable solutions. Yet despite the many opportunities, it is well known there are certain dangers also involved in automation. Join this opening keynote which will be delivered by Cassie Kozyrkov, Chief Decision Scientist, Google to learn about the common misconceptions about AI, the role of diversity in AI, the key labour vacuums that need urgent attention and how to tackle bias that creeps in despite our best intentions.
Workforce 2020: Designing a Digital Experience for the New Decade - Implementation vs. Deployment
How can organizations design a digital experience in order to remain viable, competitive, and attractive to talent in the new decade? In this session, Jason Averbook, CEO & Co-founder Leapgen, will throw light on the difference between technology transition and digital transformation and how an improved workforce experience will be the game changer of your business.
Driving Business Productivity and Employee Experience with People Analytics
In this keynote, David Green, Managing Director - The People Analytics Program, Insight222, a top influencer on People Analytics will outline the key trends in people analytics and provide examples from companies who have used a data-driven approach to achieve positive business and employee outcomes as well as improve the impact of HR. David will throw light on how we can drive business productivity and employee experience with People Analytics.
Creation of one human capital organization- The NASA Story
The HR function has undergone a major facelift in order to close the gap with current business requirements. In order to be truly effective, HR needs to add value by operating commercially. Human Capital should be run as a business. It is imperative to ensure that the employees feel valued while offering solutions that commercially deliver. Organizations need to focus on an integrated HR operating model that centralizes critical core areas and empowers local HR teams to customize programs for local needs. Join this keynote by Casey Swails, Director, Executive Services, NASA as she shares the NASA story of human capital transformation wherein ten separate HR offices were merged to form one enterprise organization.