Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to transform workplaces. As its potential grows, so do the concerns and uncertainties for both employers and employees. 

Join Acas East of England and leasing experts as they consider the impact of increased AI within the workplace. Learn about the benefits and opportunities AI can bring to your business and discover ways to minimise the prospective disruption of this change.

Business need

Recent surveys suggest that AI will continue to grow and could replace as many as 15 million UK private and public sector jobs within 10 years.

This creates anxiety around employment security and a nervousness amongst employees, poorly informed about the potential benefits it has for them, as well as their employers and the economy as a whole.

By keeping well informed and making employees an integral part of the process, business can be well prepare and can ensure that any necessary change is managed effectively.

Delegates attending this conference will gain a clear understanding of AI and its likely impact on the workplace. They will also receive ideas and insight and how best minimise its potential threats and exploit its potential opportunities.

Suitable for

Delegates from all sectors of the economy including:

  • senior and middle managers,
  • HR professionals
  • business owners
  • trade union representatives
  • employee representatives
  • all individuals who wish to enhance their continuous professional development

Programme

This conference will be chaired by Marina Glasgow, Area Director, Acas East of England and will include the following guest speaker session:

  • Historical perspective up to the present day – David D’Souza; Director of Membership, CIPD
  • Findings from Acas commissioned research on artificial intelligence – “Mind over machines” – Gill Dix; Head of Strategy, Acas

An insightful look into the ever changing world of work, mental health and wellbeing, and how AI can help achieve high performance with:

  • Chris Moore; Chairman, CEO and Business Leader
  • Danny Crates; Ex-Paralympic athlete, gold medallist, TV presenter and performance coach
  • Andrew Cohen-Wray; Mental Performance Coach

To register your attendance to this conference, please follow the link provided on the right hand side.