AI assessment: Do you really need it?
- Date: Tuesday, 26th February 2019
- Location: WeWork, 71 Robinson Road, #13 Room 13G
- 5.30pm to 6.00pm – registration & networking
- 6.00pm to 7.00pm/7.30pm – presentation and Q&A sessions
- 7.30pm to 8.00pm – thank you and networking
The South East Asian Association of Graduate Employers (SEAAGE), warmly invites you to a discussion on AI assessment, presented by Michelle Hancic from pymetrics on Tuesday, 26th February 2019.
With the increasing presence of AI enabled assessments in an already burgeoning marketplace, what are the questions you should be asking to help you evaluate the merit of these solutions?
Based on her experience of evaluating and introducing AI-based assessment in to organisations, Michelle will share with you the questions you need to ask and how to avoid the pitfalls along the way.
“pymetrics helps companies re-think the way they hire and retain talent. Using well-validated neuroscience games combined with cutting edge AI, pymetrics predictively matches talent to opportunities in a fair and predictive way, where they will perform at the highest levels focusing on potential. pymetrics works primarily with Enterprise-size companies such as Accenture and DBS Bank to improve their efficiency and diversity in hiring, and also with organisations such as The Rockefeller Foundation in the US and DXC Technology in Australia to support people who face barriers to economic participation. Most recently, pymetrics’ CEO, Dr. Frida Polli, was invited to Davos to speak with world leaders on innovation and the future of technology, business and governance.”
- “Extremely useful & informative”
- Thank you to pymetrics and Michelle Hancic for hosting a superb event yesterday. Delving into the critical factors of how to assess and select AI assessment solutions.
- Key take-aways:
– Regularly refresh your model, assessing traits and taking into consideration environmental and talent changes.
– Make sure the incumbent sample is inclusive, don’t just take a global solution and deploy.
– Humans are extremely complex, one assessment tool will not be able to help you understand, assess and measure everything.
Michelle is the Lead Psychologist for APAC at pymetrics. She graduated with a Masters of Applied Psychology (Occupational) from Monash University and has focussed her attention in the recruitment and assessment space ever since. She has worked within agency recruitment both within Australia and the UK and has held roles in graduate recruitment as well as redeployment and outplacement support. Most recently, Michelle was Head of Assessment for the ANZ Bank in Australia. Inspired by the advances made in AI-backed assessment, Michelle decided to join pymetrics, enabling her to work with clients to ensure the fair and predictive deployment of AI algorithms to help them achieve their recruitment and talent management goals.