Feb 18, 2019
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This week on Let’s Fix Work, I welcome entrepreneur and technologist, Armen Berjikly. Armen currently serves as the Senior Director of Growth Strategy at Ultimate Software, where his expertise in human-computer interactions drives Ultimate's artificial intelligence platform and direction. Prior to his time at Ultimate Software, Armen served as the Founder and CEO of Kanjoya, Inc., a workforce intelligence company that pioneered critical advancements and understanding of human emotion. Yes, all of this makes Armen expertly able to talk about AI in the workplace.
If you're interested in the hype, the reality, and hope of AI in the workforce, then sit back and listen to this episode of Let’s Fix Work.
In this episode you’ll hear:
“Solutions are rarely simple. It's rare to just throw a machine at a problem and magically everything will work, right? It has to be a partnership, like a symphony.” ~Armen Berjikly, Senior Director of Growth Strategy, Ultimate Software
“It's so easy to put technology on a pedestal and worship it. But that's not the role that technology needs to play in society. We have hard decisions to make. Can technology help us make decisions better, more fairly, more quickly, and help us lead better lives?” ~Armen Berjikly, Senior Director of Growth Strategy, Ultimate Software
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Armen on Twitter https://twitter.com/armenberjikly
Armen on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/armenb
How Your HR Department Can Develop an Ethical Stance on AI: https://hrdailyadvisor.blr.com/2018/11/28/how-your-hr-department-can-develop-an-ethical-stance-on-ai/