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Enterprise Chatbot: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide

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The average person spends around 3 hours a day on social media. Now, the impact of social media can be seen both on the personal life and work processes. The HBR study found that over the past two decades, the time spent by employees in collaborative activities has raised at least by 50%. Inner-communication is now becoming a highly important thing in enterprise companies. How much time do you think an average enterprise worker spends on emails, calls, and meetings?


Analytics and Artificial Intelligence – What do They Mean for the Future of Recruitment?

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The nature of a successful recruiter has always been the ability to match the right candidate to the right role. Being able to spot the key skills, and knowing if a candidate is the right fit for a companies' culture, is what sets the top billers apart from their colleagues. As humans, we're able to make these judgements based on facts which are often combined with a recruiter's second sense. Is Artificial Intelligence capable of replicating this very human trait? The simple answer is we don't yet know what AI will eventually become capable of, but for my money, humans will remain the key cog in recruiting, and AI isn't yet, able to teach itself without human input and development.


7 Ways AI Is Helping Revolutionize the Recruitment Industry

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Artificial intelligence has set its sights on the recruitment industry. More and more companies are beginning to use AI-solutions to help speed up the process and make it less hit or miss. Here we highlight 7 areas of recruitment where AI might be used to lighten the load for recruiters and find better candidates for their organization and positions. Artificial intelligence is finding many applications in various industries, and recruitment is no different. AI can be employed to help the recruitment process for companies by employing machine-learning and problem-solving to help find the best candidate(s) for a position.


How AI is Making Work More Human

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When you really think about it, what we call "work" hasn't evolved much since the Industrial Revolution: While the technology has made most tasks easier, the name of the game is still mass production--codifying business processes using technology and scaling it across the entire enterprise. But artificial intelligence (AI) changes the game. Rather than fitting people into a repetitive process, AI offers the opportunity to liberate them from it altogether, freeing their time and creative energy for more strategic and meaningful work. For the first time since the Industrial Revolution, technology is being used to bring humanity back to work. This revolution actually began at home, thanks to the smart technology behind Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant, which have found a place in our daily lives.


10 Downsides Of Using Artificial Intelligence In The Hiring Process

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The hiring process is an important, but time-consuming, process. It can be exhausting to sort through applications to determine which candidates have the necessary qualifications for your job opening. One time-saving technology recruiters and hiring managers are using is artificial intelligence (AI), which can be especially useful when sorting through a large number of applications. However, there are also some potential downsides to consider when using AI. We asked 10 Forbes Coaches Council members what issues AI raises with increased use in the hiring process, and how you can best work around those challenges.


AI Assistant Olivia from Paradox SAP News Center

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As competition for top talent in every industry heats up, an award-winning AI assistant named Olivia is stepping in to help recruiters and job candidates speed past antiquated hiring norms. The brainchild of Aaron Matos, co-founder and CEO of Paradox, Olivia is entirely mobile and relies on text messaging to compress the timespan between screening qualified people and hiring dates. "The assistant's job is to get work done, and that's what Olivia focuses on," said Matos. This frees up the recruiter's time for more valuable responsibilities, like talking face-to-face with qualified candidates." Paradox was born out of Matos' obsession with people's feelings about work. "When people love their work, they build great teams and companies can accomplish great things," he said. "I went into HR with that as my mission -- to figure out how to get people to love their work.


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The hiring process is an important, but time-consuming, process. It can be exhausting to sort through applications to determine which candidates have the necessary qualifications for your job opening. One time-saving technology recruiters and hiring managers are using is artificial intelligence (AI), which can be especially useful when sorting through a large number of applications. However, there are also some potential downsides to consider when using AI. We asked 10 Forbes Coaches Council members what issues AI raises with increased use in the hiring process, and how you can best work around those challenges.


3 Ways AI Will Make Hiring Human Again Hunt Scanlon Media

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August 9, 2019 – The future of talent acquisition has never been brighter. People are what makes every organization tick, and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions are poised to make hiring the most people-centric it's ever been. And truth be told, today the talent acquisition function in organizations is reactive. Talent professionals are not at fault. "Post and pray, go for volume sourcing strategies are nearly ubiquitous, and have years of momentum behind them," Joanna Riley, CEO and co-founder of talent acquisition provider Censia said in a new report.


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Artificial intelligence is the ability of computers performing tasks that would typically have required humans. The aim is to have machines that act and react exactly like humans; we're a long way off from that as computers don't understand emotions, empathy, compassion ...yet! It was Alan Turing in 1950 who asked the question "Can machines think?" That question triggered the quest to find out and also the Turing test, which is a method to determine if a machine is intelligent. Currently, we have AI systems that are powered by machine learning, deep learning and some are powered by simple rules.


How AI can Influence the Recruitment Process?

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The recruitment process is evolving with artificial intelligence, making the process easy and more efficient. The recruitment process today is like finding a needle in a haystack. Economic changes, demand in a particular sector, an overabundance of graduates with a specific qualification of all these things and more can lead to some jobs. Over hundreds or even thousands of applicants are rushing for a single position when it grows up. How do recruiters manage with so many people competing for a lower number of employment opportunities?