Posts tagged Artificial Intelligence
What can HR Learn from Marketing?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Richard Collins (Co-Founder at ClickIQ) gives some great examples of what HR can learn from Marketing and how HR still has a long way to go in terms of creating a customised recruitment experience. If you’re interested in learning more about how automation and artificial intelligence are impacting the Recruitment function, then I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Richard.

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What is the Effect of AI and Automation on HR?

There is a lot of hype around AI and HR, but what does it really mean for HR? How is the use of machine learning and other AI techniques impacting the vendor landscape and what are some of the main trends that HR will need to adopt to succeed in a world of digital transformation?

These were the topics that Ian Bailie discussed when he was invited recently to speak at the &NOW conference in Turkey in May. We have included the full video of his keynote presentation in this blog post as well as some of the key points from his talk.

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What is AI and how is it Impacting Recruiting?

In the myHRfuture online training course, An Introduction to AI in HR and the Future of Work, Ian Bailie discusses how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting HR. In this blog post, he talks through the four areas of recruitment where AI is having the most impact, and how this is changing the way that organisations will recruit candidates in the future.

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10 reflections from the Wharton People Analytics Conference

David provides his reflections on the recent Wharton People Analytics Conference in Philadelphia, which featured the likes of Richard Thaler, Allyson Felix, Marcus Buckingham and Deloitte's CEO Cathy Engelbert along with the Wharton team of Adam Grant, Cade Massey and Laura Zarrow. The topics covered in Philadelphia were diverse with three themes coming to the fore: Diversity and Inclusion, Organisational Network Analysis and Nudges.

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The best HR and People Analytics articles of February 2019

February may be the shortest month of the year but there was certainly not a lack of terrific articles for David to choose from this month. Selections include the article of the month from Adam Grant, some of the latest thinking on Employee Experience, some illuminating new research on the adoption of analytics and AI by HR from Oracle and data-driven articles covering learning, ONA, diversity and insights from the recent PAFOW conference in San Francisco.

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The best HR & People Analytics articles of December 2018

David presents a festive edition of the best people analytics articles of the month for December, featuring two landmark articles on the future of work by Ravin Jesuthasan/John Boudreau and the second by Al Adamsen, which should offer plenty of inspiration to HR and People Analytics leaders over Christmas. There are other articles on: The Future of HR, the growing use of AI in HR, ONA, Employee Engagement, building capability in people analytics and ethics. Enjoy and happy holidays!

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Navigating the hype and impact of AI in HR

In this post, Megan Marie Butler examines the key findings from a recent report on the impact of artificial intelligence in HR, where the authors examine the challenges, current innovation process, and some of the vendors that are using AI to disrupt HR practices. The post examines the four areas of AI life-cycle management: operations, data generation, machine-learning and decision-making.

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How do you manage data privacy in People Analytics?

We had the opportunity to catch up with Ben Waber from Humanyze at the Tucana People Analytics conference and ask him about his thoughts on managing data privacy when collecting activity data on employees and is the “hype” about artificial intelligence justified? Check out the video of his interview in this blog post, as well as the transcript from our discussion.

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