Tim Kulp

Chief Innovation Officer at Mind Over Machines
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Tim Kulp is the Chief Innovation Officer at Mind Over Machines. He's trying to change the world. His mission: Stop the automation apocalypse by empowering humans. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution transforms business, Kulp helps companies and their workforces use automation to grow. He enables businesses to increase their human value with his liberal arts education and passion for Artificial Intelligence. With years on the front lines of automation, Tim leads workers and business leaders to realize the potential of a human + machine future instead of the human v. machine future.
Kulp’s publications range from technical (MSDN Magazine, 2600 Magazine) to business strategy (Forbes, SHRM.org). Along with writing, he is a frequent presenter in the Mid-Atlantic region. Tim has lectured on how AI is changing the workforce and the world at world leading institutions (Johns Hopkins University), national conferences (ASAE, MTFoundations) and government economic policy institutions (US Federal Reserve).
Kulp holds a BA in Religious Studies from McDaniel College, an M.S. in Applied Information Technology from Towson University, and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Information Security, also from Towson. He is a member of the Forbes Tech Council.

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  • HR is supposed to advocate for people, yet somehow it has managed to get so buried in paperwork that it only emerges into companywide consciousness during that most dreaded time of the year: open enrollment. It seems counterintuitive, but computers can make your workplace more human, and it starts with automating certain HR processes. Using automation for benefits and compensation allows systems that were previously assisted by humans to become self-service, and it allows for a transparent process where employees can have immediate access to all their information. Ultimately, this allows HR staff to do what they do best: be an advisor. No longer bogged down by paperwork, simple questions and data entry, HR staff can get to know their employees, build better relationships throughout the company and focus on strategic innovation within HR.

    10 February 2021
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