ALEXANDRIA, Va – Today, SHRM, the trusted authority on all things work, announced Nilanjan (Neel) Adhya as a Main Stage speaker for The AI+HI Project. Adhya has over 25 years of experience working at the intersection of technology, platforms, and people to help global organizations leverage new business models and drive growth.
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.
As the Chief Digital Officer at BlackRock, Adhya actively collaborates with marketing, design, product and sales teams at BlackRock to reimagine all aspects of digital experiences, create new digital innovations, build great experiences and accelerate transformation across the digital ecosystem. He specializes in helping large organizations understand technology and how to implement into their businesses; how they can position themselves for success.
“The technologies shaping today’s workplace have been rapidly evolving for years, and Neel has been at the forefront of each transformation,” shared Alex Alonso, SHRM-SCP, Chief Data & Insights Officer, SHRM. “He is primed to provide a data-centered approach to show attendees how the market is handling AI and how their organizations should respond to position themselves for success.”
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. To learn more, please visit: https://conferences.shrm.org/ai-hi-project.
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