Event Details

Since its first adoption, AI technology has significantly transformed workplace and talent management by enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and decision-making. In recruitment, AI tools reduce recruitment costs by up to 50%; AI facilitates continuous performance feedback, improving productivity by 13%, and ensures objective evaluations; automating routine tasks saves HR departments up to 40% of their time, and AI-driven analytics improve decision-making, with 72% of executives seeing AI as a business advantage. Moreover, in learning and development, adaptive programs have proven to enhance outcomes and reduce training costs, demonstrating AI's broad impact on HR efficiency and employee experience. Yet, potential risks associated with privacy protection, transparency, reliability and accuracy, as well as legal and ethical issues remain major concerns of HRBPs for more extensive implementation of AI tools.


Join us for an in-depth conversation with industry experts and business leaders as we explore the transformative impact of AI technology on workplace and talent management across various HR functions.

Please note that this event is limited to senior-level executives and per invitation only. If you are not an existing member of The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network, but would like to learn how you can attend our events, please contact us.

Agenda

08:30 - 09:00
Registration, Breakfast and Networking
09:00 - 10:30
Keynote, Panel discussion and Q&A

Speakers

  • Edward Wang (Digital Accelerator Director of Michelin China)

    Edward Wang

    Digital Accelerator Director of Michelin China

  • Dr. Weisi Xie (Shanghai Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network)

    Dr. Weisi Xie

    Shanghai Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network

    Weisi Xie is the Shanghai Director at the Economist Intelligence Corporate Network (EICN), and is responsible for engaging with top executives in the region on key economic and political issues as well as industry-specific analysis to support their businesses in the dynamic Chinese market.

    Mr. Xie served as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University before joining EICN. As a trained trade economist, his teaching and research mainly focused on the fields of international trade, industrial economics and economic development, with a particular emphasis on China’s economy in a global perspective. He also possesses extensive expertise in the non-profit sector through work experience with think tanks and international organizations, including the Shanghai Institute for National Economy and the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland, where he contributed to multiple government counseling projects and policy studies. His work has appeared in leading academic journals as well as major economic policy publications.

    Mr. Xie has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a B.A. in International Business from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics.

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  • More Speakers To Be Confirmed

    More Speakers To Be Confirmed