PEER 150 Seattle Regional Dinner
T-Mobile Park (Mariners Game)
Tuesday, September 10th
The Seattle members of The PEER 150 are honored to host an evening of networking and content at T-Mobile Park for the Mariners game vs. the Reds on September 10th. Attendance is open to senior human resources executives approved by our PEER 150 team.
You are invited to join us for an evening of engaging content and idea sharing, along with great food and plenty of networking time with your peers.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, September 10th!
Tuesday, September 10th
5:00 pm – Networking & Cocktail Reception
5:55 pm – PEER 150 Welcome Comments
6:00 pm – AI for HR: Hype, Hope, and Reality
Advanced technologies for HR, especially Artificial Intelligence, carry enormous expectations. In this session, we walk through what AI could and should offer HR, along with what it already does well today. Along the way, we will explore some of the key innovations that make these new opportunities possible, challenge ourselves to define the ethical approach required for this new landscape, and demonstrate a real-world implementation through the lens of Ultimate Software’s Xander, a People-First approach to AI.
– Define AI for HR, and explain what it already does, and share a vision for what it can and should offer HR in the future
– Explain core technology breakthroughs enabling AI for HR
– Challenge the audience to consider the ethical questions when applying AI in HR
– Discuss a real-world implementation
7:00 pm – Dinner & Game
9:30 pm – Adjourn
Armen Berjikly serves as Ultimate Software’s Senior Director of Product Strategy, where his lifelong passion for innovation in human-computer interaction drives Ultimate’s artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced technology direction. Prior to Ultimate, Armen served as founder and CEO of Kanjoya, a workforce intelligence company that pioneered significant advancements in natural language processing (NLP) technology dedicated to understanding human emotion (Kanjoya was acquired by Ultimate Software in 2016). Armen obtained both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in engineering from Stanford University.
For more information about sponsorship, please contact CalKeizur@thepeer150.com.
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Since the Inaugural Game on July 15, 1999, T-Mobile Park has gained a reputation locally, regionally and nationally as a terrific setting for baseball and a great place for baseball fans. Sweeping views of Seattle’s downtown skyline, breathtaking sunsets over Puget Sound, combined with excellent views of game action from all angles give fans at T-Mobile Park an experience unequalled in Major League Baseball.