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Responsible AI Series: AI and Gender Equity

Oct 14
Date and time
Mon, 14 October  @  10:00  -  11:30
Free of charge
HR/people/talent management practitioners/managers, Diversity and inclusion practitioners/managers
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Mon, 14 October  @  10:00  –  11:30

Join us to gain a nuanced understanding of how AI is reshaping the gender equity landscape and discover strategies for adapting.
This is an online event.


The Responsible Artificial Intelligence(AI) series is only open to members of Business in the Community (BITC). This event has been designed for Diversity and Inclusion practitioners/managers, HR/People/Talent management practitioners/managers, Heads of HR/People/Talent management and anybody working with AI.

About the Responsible AI series

AI is poised to transform work, with implications for people, places, and the planet. Every business will engage with AI, affecting employee support, customer interactions, and value chains. Responsible AI practices can enhance business performance and address societal challenges. Poor practices may perpetuate biases and worsen environmental impacts.

BITC is embarking on a series of dymanic Responsible Business AI events, spotlighting the critical challenges and barriers that AI poses if businesses fail to embrace responsible integration, where leaders and practitioners have the opportunity to collaborate with peers and gather insights from our issue area experts and trailblazing businesses within our network.

About the event

Join the fourth event in our Responsible AI series to learn about the impact of AI and automation on Gender Equity, led by Declan O’Gorman, Head of Enterprise Engineering at NatWest Group. Themes to be discussed include:

  • Why women are likely to be disproportionately affected by AI and automation.
  • How to assess the impact of AI on different roles and functions within your organisation.
  • Early action that can be taken to mitigate inequality (planning, upskilling, retraining).
  • Recognising and addressing gender bias in AI and probability-based tools.
  • The opportunity for technology to drive, rather than undermine, gender equity and inclusion more broadly.

Expert Speakers

  • Declan O’Gorman, Head of Enterprise Engineering at NatWest Group.
  • Charlotte Woodworth, Gender Equality Campaign Director, BITC.

Booking and contact details and further information

  • Contact Jessica Hart, Events Coordinator at BITC for any further questions.
  • Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

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Mon, 14 October
10:00 – 11:30
Free of charge
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HR/people/talent management practitioners/managers and Diversity and inclusion practitioners/managers