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You're Invited! Putting AI to Work Symposium on Sept. 25 at UC Berkeley

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Putting AI to Work:
Technology & Policy for Enabling the Workforce of the Future

Sept. 25 from 10:00 am - 4:30 pm (PT), Reception to follow
Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley
Twitter: #PuttingAItoWork
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Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, and assistive technologies will transform the future of work, with wide-ranging effects on employment, wages, and income distribution. Despite dystopian forecasts of robots replacing workers, AI and intelligent tools can also be applied to make the workforce more inclusive. As industries evolve, how can AI be used to extend productive professional activity, expand the available labor pool, support lifelong learning, and enhance human labor rather than replace it, especially for the aging and those with disabilities?

Hosted by CITRIS and the Banatao Institute and Microsoft, “Putting AI to Work” will bring together leading scholars, practitioners, industry representatives, and community organizations to discuss the pace and extent of the effects of AI on the future of work in relation to aging and disability. Panelists will consider a range of issues regarding workforce, technology and design trends for target populations, and policy questions for a new era of automated and adaptive workplaces.

Preliminary results from a CITRIS white paper will be presented, sharing case study examples and recommendations for the private and public sectors to ensure development and application of AI that supports a diverse workforce and further strengthens social safety nets for all. 

We hope you can join us! Please reach out to Dr. Brandie Nonnecke ( with any questions. 


10:00 Registration

11:00 Welcoming Remarks

  • Scott Mauvais, Director, Cities, Microsoft
  • Camille Crittenden, Deputy Director, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute

11:15 Keynote: Jennifer Granholm, Distinguished Adjunct Professor, Goldman School of Public Policy and Former Governor of the state of Michigan

  • Introduced by Costas Spanos, Director, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute

12:00 Break (Box lunch served)

12:20 Pathways to Work: Recruitment and (Re)Training

This panel explores AI’s potential to support new platforms for discovering employment opportunities, increasing skills, and reducing bias to achieve a workforce more inclusive of older adults and persons with disabilities.

  • Moderator: Dan Gillette, Senior Research Scientist, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute
  • Deeksha Ahuja, Business Manager, Rehabilitation Program, VA Palo Alto Healthcare System
  • Bob Dolan, Founder & Principal, Diverse Learners Consulting
  • Sharon Emek, CEO & President, Work at Home Vintage Experts (Wahve)
  • Esmeralda Madrigal, Program Director, Polytrauma Network Site (PNS)

1:20 Nature of Work: How Will AI Change the Professional Landscape?

This panel explores how AI is changing the nature of work, challenges to current scope of work, and skills necessary to participate in the future of work.


  • Moderator: Brandie Nonnecke, Research & Development Manager, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute
  • Ken Goldberg, Professor, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (IEOR) and Director of the CITRIS People and Robots Initiative, UC Berkeley
  • Jutta Treviranus, Professor and Director of Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University
  • John Zysman, Professor Emeritus, Political Science, UC Berkeley

2:15 Break

2:35 Continuity of Work: Enhancing & Augmenting Human Labor

Human-AI collaboration promises to support more productive and meaningful work throughout one’s professional life. This panel explores ways AI is being applied, both in the workplace as well as in auxiliary services like transportation, that facilitate full and long-lasting employment.


  • Moderator: David Lindeman, Director of Health Initiative, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute
  • Anita Aaron, Executive Director, World Institute on Disability
  • Scott Collins, President and CEO, Link-Age
  • Megan Lawrence, Accessibility Technical Evangelist, Microsoft

3:30 Keynote: Joshua Miele, Associate Director of Technology Research and Development, Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Low Vision and Blindness, The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute

  • Introduced by Megan Lawrence, Accessibility Technical Evangelist, Microsoft

4:15 Closing Remarks

4:30 Reception, Kvamme Atrium, Sutardja Dai Hall

Admission includes lunch and reception. Holders of "Faculty, Staff or Students" and "Non-profit/Gov" tickets will receive a full refund after registering at and attending the symposium on Sept. 25.






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