Will AI Regulation Stifle Potential for Social Good?
January 03 | Alexander Parkinson, Senior Researcher, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
Artificial intelligence (AI) could help to address significant societal challenges, including those identified in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For organizations that seek to use such technology for social good, an understanding of the existing use cases and potential for social impact should be considered within the context of a heightened regulatory framework that might stifle successes.
Q&A with Sharad Jain: PwC Governance Insights Center Partner’s Perspectives on the Job of a Corporate Director
January 03 | Sharad Jain, Partner, Governance Insights Center, PwC | Gary Larkin, Research Associate, Corporate Leadership, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
This Q&A with Sharad Jain discusses the job of the corporate director from his perspective as a partner with PwC’s Governance Insights Center. He touches upon topics like the external auditor’s direct reporting line to the audit committee and the challenge of a board’s oversight of a company’s tone at the top.
What's Ahead for 2019
January 02 | Alexander Parkinson, Senior Researcher, The Conference Board | Nora Ganim Barnes, Chancellor Professor of Marketing,Director, Center for Marketing Research, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth | Shel Holtz, Principal, Holtz Communication and Technology | Jan Botz, Program Director, Corporate Communications Strategy Council and Internal Communications Council II, The Conference Board | Gretchen Fox, Co-Founder, MTO Agency | Comments (0)
Marketing and communications teams should expect to focus more heavily on their company's response to social and political issues, as social and business activism show no sign of abating. This is among the key prognostications for the industry in 2019 discussed by the Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR) fellows.
Artificial Intelligence: The Key Unifier Between the CIO and CHRO
September 24 | Amy Lui Abel, Ph.D., Managing Director, Human Capital, The Conference Board | Lyle Yorks, Professor of Adult Learning & Leadership, Department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University | Comments (0)
Current debates regarding the future of AI often center around its impact on front-line workers and business operations. But companies should place more priority on the role AI will have on the C-Suite. Both now and even more so down the road, the implications of AI will warrant unprecedented collaboration between two key roles: the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO).