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AI and HR: How to Avoid Getting in Each Other’s Crosshairs

IAPP Brussels 2022

16 Nov 2022 02:30 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

SQUARE – Brussels Convention Centre
Mont des Arts/Kunstberg
Brussels, Belgium B-1000

Talent attraction and retention require companies to be more and more innovative. Data helps considerably in this regard. Artificial Intelligence brings HR into a new dimension. Recruitment interviews can be carried out by virtual assistant, and AI can be used to anticipate and determine career paths, predict employees’ attrition and support retention. While the possibilities of AI in the HR domain seem endless, companies need to take into account both the data protection and artificial intelligence regulatory requirements. In practice, data protection constraints need to be taken into account from the design phase of any project applying artificial intelligence for the HR function. The selection of any third-party provider of AI solution for HR would need to be made with the utmost care. In this context, it is important for privacy specialists to team up with HR function to draw the line as to how AI can be deployed in a compliant way to support HR objectives while making sure HR can leverage opportunities offered by AI.

What you will learn:


  • How to ensure compliance with the data limitation principle when AI benefits from more rather than less data.
  • How to ensure data subjects are well informed about the processing of their personal data, while AI may be synonymous with endless possibilities of processing activities.
  • Tips on how to best support HR in the different phases of their projects to leverage AI.


  • Emmanuelle Bartoli, Group Head of Data Protection and Regulatory Affairs, Capgemini
  • Emeline Bissoni, Regional Privacy Officer, EMEA, ADP
  • Alex van der Wolk, Global Co-Chair Privacy, Data Security, Partner, Morrison Foerster



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