ALEXANDRIA, Va – SHRM is honored to announce that Bethany Bongiorno, the esteemed CEO and Co-Founder of Humane, will be a main stage speaker at the inaugural AI + HI Project. As an expert in the field of artificial intelligence and technology, Bongiorno is set to deliver an insightful and thought-provoking address that will captivate and inspire attendees.
The AI + HI Project serves as a platform for leading thought leaders, industry experts, and visionaries to share their insights on the intersection of artificial intelligence and human intelligence. The event will be held in Mountain View, CA at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Campus from March 4 – 6, 2024.
Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights into the future of AI and its impact on the workplace and businesses, as Bongiorno explores the potential for transformative technologies that prioritize empathy, inclusivity, and user-centric design.
Prior to co-founding Humane with her husband Imran Chaudhri in 2019, Bethany previously led the teams behind some of Apple's most transformational products. As a Director of Software Engineering, she was responsible for all software project management for iOS and macOS and also played a key leadership role in the execution of critical projects such as the launch of the original iPad.
About the AI + HI Project
The AI+HI Project is a convening of business executives, senior HR professionals, AI experts, and tech futurists to discuss how to empower our workforce with AI, and leverage AI technologies to enhance business decisions.
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