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Friday, May 18 • 14:30 - 15:45
Workers Data Rights - Making sure the human remains in human resources

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Join this great interactive panel to discuss how to fill a regulatory gap with regards workers' data rights. Across the world, corporations are increasingly gathering, storing and using internal as well as external data in their human resource management; for example in recruitment, promotion, disciplinary or layoff processes. Some experts even ask whether data is taking the human out of human resources? Whilst consumers in many countries are covered by data privacy and protection laws, a huge regulatory gap exists: namely on workers' data rights and protection. This session will address this gap by discussing why this is an issue, what companies can and should do, and what solutions are available. For unions, filling this gap will be the next frontier for collective bargaining, industrial policies and global framework agreements in the digital economy.

Moderators
avatar for John C. Havens

John C. Havens

Executive Director, The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems
I'm focused on the following subjects and welcome any/all conversations: | -Beyond GDP Economics (Indicators like OECD's Better Life Index, etc) | -Artificial Intelligence | -AI Ethics | -Wellbeing (positive psychology) | -The future of Identity (personal data) | -Whatever you... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Abhishek Gupta

Abhishek Gupta

AI Ethics Researcher, McGill University and District 3
Abhishek Gupta is an AI Ethics Researcher at McGill University and District 3 in Montreal, Canada. His research focuses on practical ways to address ethical concerns in using AI in different domains. At District 3, he is researching the labor impacts of AI in the financial services... Read More →
avatar for Burcu Kilic

Burcu Kilic

Legal and Policy Director, Public Citizen
avatar for Joe McNamee

Joe McNamee

Executive Director, European Digital Rights


Friday May 18, 2018 14:30 - 15:45
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