Earlier I wrote about different ways in which HR and recruiting can use artificial intelligence to help bare some of the administrative burden that seems to take up so much of our time. In this article, I mentioned that artificial intelligence is defined as "an ideal'intelligent' machine [that] is a flexible rational agent that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal." It's a branch of computer science that uses machine learning algorithms that mimic cognitive functions; making machines more human-like. I am a firm believer that A.I. technologies can allow HR as well as talent acquisition to be more strategic in our jobs. A.I. is great for pattern matching and prediction, however, I still have many questions especially surrounding whether A.I. is ethical at using these growing number of tools to use as part of your diversity recruiting efforts.
Mar-18-2018, 07:21:08 GMT