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About Foyin Olajide-Bello

Foyin is a passionate, self-driven Solutions Architect who has an insatiable desire to make a difference for the better. She lives with the quote “I need to leave it better than I met it” and has translated this into every area of her life. She is the Ireland, Practice Lead for Modern Workplace Apps at Avanade, with over 15 years of quality work experience. She has architected, deployed and administered Digital Transformation projects across various industry verticals including Banking, Manufacturing, Education, Health, Oil&Gas and Public Sector.

She supports organisations on their AI transformational journeys with her experience - as one of the early adopters of the use of AI/Copilot in Avanade and her expertise. She is passionate about Responsible AI and increasing the productivity of knowledge workers with the use of AI.

She believes strongly in knowledge sharing and is a Microsoft technical community leader who has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for 4 consecutive years and was recently accepted into the Microsoft Regional Director Program. She is an advocate for women’s empowerment through Technology and is the Founder of TechStylers – a community to upskill ladies and women in technology through coaching and 360-degree mentoring. She is also a member of CWiT - Connecting Women in Technology, Ireland and Women in AI Ireland.

AI in the Workplace: Emerging Risks and Challenges

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the workplace in various ways, such as automating tasks, enhancing productivity, and creating new roles and skills. However, AI also poses emerging risks and challenges for organisations, such as ethical, legal, and social implications, data privacy and security issues, and human-AI collaboration and trust. This presentation aims to explore how organisations are addressing these risks and challenges, and whether their current approaches are keeping pace with the rapid development and adoption of AI. Furthermore, this presentation will examine how disruptive emerging technologies, such as explainable AI, responsible AI, and human-centred AI, are to the existing approaches and frameworks for AI governance and ethics. The presentation will also cover 3 case studies – two from other organisations and one from my current experience as an employee of an organisation leading in AI transformation.

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