Time: 2019-01-16 | 16:00 – 17:20
Venue: European Chamber Shanghai Office, Unit 2204
Address: Unit 2204, Shui On Plaza, 333 Huai Hai Zhong Road, Shanghai 200021
We’ve speculated for about a decade now that with the rise of robotics and increased automation, part of the labor market would undergo an inevitable shift. While AI applications can, in some cases, reduce the burden of physical labor, we still need people to develop and manage the machines. Even so, the labor market doesn’t seem to be keeping pace. With AI, employees become managers and with that comes the need of developing a new set of skills.
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China is delighted to welcome various key business leaders as they share with participants their view on the talent gap that may be holding up the adoption of machine learning and AI in marketing and offer suggestions on how the gap might be bridged.
15:30-16:00 Registration and Networking
16:00-16:10 Opening words by Rosanna Terminio, Chair of the Human Resources Working Group, European
16:10-16:30 The Role of Emotional Intelligence in AI by Dr Eveline Goodmann, Phd. Psychology &
16:30-17:10 Interactive panel discussion and Q&A with top business leaders
There is no reason to believe that leadership will be spared of the impact of AI. How do the leaders of
today see the role of a successful leader in times of AI? What skills do we all need to thrive in a AI-
Moderator: Dr Eveline Goodmann,
– Ms Celina Chew, President, Bayer Greater China
17:10-17:20 Closing Remarks by Rosanna Terminio, Chair of the Human Resources Working Group,
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