The next AI Monday Berlin will focusing on “Talent Management” – HR and all related processes are getting more and more data driven. From tool-supported, bias-free, talent-matching algos in Recruiting to capturing data around skills, processe etc. Data usage and AI algorithm are and will more and more impact the work of Poeple and Organisational management teams. We thought this is an exciting area to look into. Details below. Sign up now and see you soon in person in Berlin!


Four crisp presentations incl. Q&A. Some speaker also demo their AI solutions. Followed by networking. Please bring your own snacks and drinks as long as we are virtual.


AI curious people, change leaders, businesses with passion for data and disruption.


Share AI-knowledge, exchange and encourage each other on our change journeys.


Max-Urich-Straße 3
13355 Berlin


Nov 8
18:00 PM – Berlin timezone

What Not!

No Sales Pitches. No Math lectures or deep tech dives. No shallow consulting or marketing talks.


Marcel Poelker

Marcel Poelker

Co-Founder and CTO of TALEDO

Inside view on Recruiting

Despite the broad use of AI nowadays, recruiting remains hardly automated and only partly digitalized. Why is that? Marcel will shed some light on this domain and share insights about solution approaches.


Johannes Erhardt

Managing Director at BLUQUIST

Measure, Match & Grow Human Potential

Understanding critical characteristics of humans like skills, interests, aspirations, experiences gained etc. and then using those to match fitting best to a specific role or to e.g. support growth is a core process of todays HR business partners. But what if you capture those characteristics and put them into a ML driven matching algo, that supports this process? Johannes will talk about this, but also what it requires to actually get there.

Richard Schentke

Richard Schentke

CEO – iCombine

new ways to enhance internal talent networks

Can the future of work be highly flexible and human-centric at the same time? Richard is quite sure that smart HR solutions pave the way for transparent, data-driven and self-organized collaboration within companies. As CEO and product owner of iCombine, he observes that there might be boundaries to the proprietary algorithms his software is using today. Together with you, he wants to think about new ways to enhance internal talent networks that could become reality with the help of AI.

Michael Plentinger

Michael Plentinger

CEO & Founder – GREPLE

People Analytics

Greple is promising to help make better HR decisions faster. It uses artificial intelligence to analyze data to make our working world a better place. How this is done, will be shared by Michael Plentinger.




The Organizers

Juri Stobbe

Managing Partner Taival Germany

Juri is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Taival Germany. He has 20 years of technology and management experience in consulting, start-up and international leadership positions. He is inspired by new technologies and trends in order to apply them in innovations and new business models. Already in 2001 he studied Neural Networks in New York and developed first small prototypes. So naturally he was excited bring AI Monday to Berlin and is supporting his clients on all sorts of AI questions. He is a native Berliner and an enthusiastic triathlete.

Philipp Günther

AI Innovation Manager – Berlin Partner

Philipp Günther is AI Innovation Manager at Berlin Partner. He initiates innovation projects and organizes events and workshops to expand the regional AI community. To create a strong network, he connects start-ups, companies and research institutions that are open for collaboration. He creates visibility for the AI ecosystem as a speaker at conferences and via the website. Philipp joined the AI Monday team in 2021 as a co-organizer of the Berlin chapter.

Andreas Schepers

Head of Communications DFKI Berlin

Andreas is a communications manager with a passion for digital communications and digital transformation. In his current role as Head of Communications of the Berlin site of the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) he is responsible for the communications of one of Europe’s most exciting AI labs in one of Europe’s greatest cities. Andreas worked in France and in Germany as an information designer, project manager, university lecturer, and as communications and social media manager for start-ups, large media corporations and internationally renowned research organisations at the intersection of world-class academia, research, industry, and the public sector in the fields of artificial intelligence and space flight.