How HR Can Enable People for the Future of Augmented Work

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Jeanne Meister believes that HR should take the lead in shepherding artificial intelligence (AI) software into the workplace, transforming the human resources function and enhancing the employee experience. Meister is the founding partner of Future Workplace, a New York City-based HR executive network and research firm dedicated to the future of learning and working. Future Workplace has created an online course featuring Hilton, IBM, Intel, GE and others who are using AI and realizing business benefits across the organization. She sat down with SHRM Online to discuss why and how CHROs and their teams should start learning about and crafting a strategy for how to best leverage artificial intelligence for HR. SHRM Online: Why should HR pioneer the development of AI strategy in their organizations?


AI At Work: Where Are We Now? And Where Are We Going?

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I challenge you to talk about the future of work without talking about artificial intelligence (AI) – Impossible, right? It's indisputable that AI and related technologies will play a significant role in shaping the way we work and how businesses will need to adapt moving forward. But what does an artificially intelligent future at work really look like? We know that AI--and its machine learning subset--is great for traditional HR and recruiting tasks like mining thousands of resumes to find the best fit candidates for a given job. But to dive deeper into AI at work, I recently chatted with Jeanne Meister, future of work expert, founder of HR advisory firm Future Workplace and author of The 2020 Workplace and The Future Workplace Experience.


AI At Work: Where Are We Now? And Where Are We Going?

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I challenge you to talk about the future of work without talking about artificial intelligence (AI) – Impossible, right? It's indisputable that AI and related technologies will play a significant role in shaping the way we work and how businesses will need to adapt moving forward. But what does an artificially intelligent future at work really look like? We know that AI--and its machine learning subset--is great for traditional HR and recruiting tasks like mining thousands of resumes to find the best fit candidates for a given job. But to dive deeper into AI at work, I recently chatted with Jeanne Meister, future of work expert, founder of HR advisory firm Future Workplace and author of The 2020 Workplace and The Future Workplace Experience.


ICYMI: AI, Machine Learning and Other Tech Trends from HR Tech 2019

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Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest HR trends and stories. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping the most popular trends, events and conversations every month in our "In Case You Missed It" series. Each year, the HR Tech Conference gathers HR experts and professionals to discuss how companies can use technology to drive more successful programs and improve the talent experience. At this year's conference, speakers placed more focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics, and how these emerging technologies can optimize HR, recruiting and diversity programs. The conference also touched upon more recent trends like virtual reality and revealed how this technology can be used to train and engage today's workforce.


How AI Is Making the Employee Experience Better Than Ever - TalentCulture

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If you're in HR, you've undoubtedly heard two buzzwords as much or more than any others in the past few years: AI and employee experience. They're topics we often link to automation -- after all, the employee experience is a lot better when you're freed from tedious, repetitive processes. But AI is actually improving the employee experience in other ways that are often overlooked. We spoke with two leading AI experts about a few ways AI is making the employee experience better than ever. Let's consider employee experience for a moment.