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If you and I have had a conversation in the last six months, there's a good chance we talked about AI in some form or fashion. Artificial intelligence, algorithms, bots, and other tools are making inroads within the HR, talent, and learning professions. And for good reason--they bring automation, insight, and tireless effort to a wide variety of tasks and processes.
In today's solo episode, I talk about three stories that really exemplify the value of AI for human resources. The first focuses on Uber drivers "rebellion" against being managed by an algorithm. The second talks about a university professor that builds a bot to support his students' questions and needs. The last explores the question of human versus machine in a recruiting context.
If this idea of AI is interesting to you, then you'll enjoy my forthcoming book (December seems like a long way away) on the topic. Check out the website (AIHRBook.com) to learn more and sign up so you get first dibs on information and bonuses for those that are interested in how AI is going to revolutionize HR and how we can prepare ourselves for that future. If you're interested in reaching out about
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