The Impact of AI on Applicant Tracking Systems

As a precursor to HireGround’s CPHR BC & Yukon Webinar upcoming on October 4, 2018, we felt that some background information on how artificial intelligence is being used to improve recruitment tasks would be of benefit. “Artificial intelligence (AI) for...

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Hard Value of Soft Skills Required in AI Future

Between IBM’s Watson actually coaching conference attendees at last year’s Association for Talent Development conference and being able to hold a conversation with my new virtual assistant in the living room, key aspects of our world are obviously changing...

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AI and the Human Workplace: Evolving Opportunities in Changing Times

Changing technology has been impacting the workplace for decades, but current changes are coinciding with profound changes in the workforce that are affecting us now and will continue to do so well into the future. Welcome to the Intelligence Revolution Changing...

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Learning from Mistakes: The Future of Recruiting in a Digital World

By Sarah Wilson Anyone who visited Walt Disney World during the 1980s and 90s likely has a solid memory of the Tomorrowland attraction. I remember getting onto the ride that took you through history - all the way back to...

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Coming (and Going) Careers in the Second Machine Age?

By Jock Finlayson and Kristine St. Laurent The world of work is being transformed as we enter a new phase of the “age of the machine.”  With disruptive technologies pushing the frontiers of automation, some of the comparative advantages humans...

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Geoff Colvin: Face-to-Face with the Future

When Geoff Colvin speaks, as he does daily on the CBS Radio Network, people listen. When he writes, as with his most recent book, Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will, people read. Regardless...

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‘Moore’ HR Rethinking Required:? Automation, Innovation and People Practices

By Emerson Csorba and Eric Termuende As per Moore’s Lawn, roughly every 18 months, technology doubles in power and shrinks in size—while its price often halves. Noted early on in the history of computing, its impact has been pervasive, global...

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Unending Automation

By David Creelman The trouble with trends is that the important ones play out over decades; they become “old news” even while they remain important in shaping our lives. Once such trend is automation and it has been playing out...

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