Please join us for networking and an interactive panel discussion on how artificial intelligence and automation are impacting how employers rethink recruitment and onboarding, while balancing regulatory and ethical pushback on new technologies.

Co-hosted by Cornell Tech, Epstein Becker Green, and Cornell University's ILR School

Interactive Panel Discussion

Welcome Remarks by Louis R. Hyman, PhD
Associate Professor
Director, Institute for Workplace Studies
Cornell ILR School

Moderated by Matthew D’Amore
Associate Dean and Professor of Practice 
Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School

Ifeoma Ajunwa, PhD
Assistant Professor
Cornell ILR School

Nathaniel Glasser
Member of the Firm
Epstein Becker Green

Mukti Khaire, PhD 
Girish and Jaidev Reddy Professor of Practice
Cornell Tech

Abiman Rajadurai
Senior Counsel
McDonald's Corporation

Attendance is complimentary, but pre-registration is required.

To register, please click here.

For additional information about the event, please contact Julie Choudhury.

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New York, NY
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