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How AI-based automation of the matching process improves recruitment

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days is so pervasive that we hardly notice that we are using it in our daily life: from web language translators, photo apps that recognise faces and email spam filtering to virtual assistants, web product recommendation, and even self-driving cars. All of these applications learn the desired functionalities (e.g., how to classify an email as either valid or spam; how to recognise a stop traffic sign in self driving cars) from past examples that were manually classified by humans, and, therefore, they are categorised under a specific branch of AI: machine learning. READ MORE

Diversity in the workplace: using AI tools to reduce human bias in hiring

Diversity in the workplace is one of the hot topics in HR trends for 2018. Whether it is gender, age, race or religion, there are many forms of human bias in the hiring process that compromise the transformation efforts companies are slowly beginning to put in place to bring together a diverse workforce. The thing is, diversity in the workplace is not just a matter of corporate social responsibility or legal compliance. It’s also a source of competitive advantage and a key enabler of growth. After all, in a globalised economy seems right to assume that a diverse workforce, READ MORE

How Artificial Intelligence improves your recruitment process

Artificial intelligence is one of the major topics when it comes to recruitment trends for the upcoming year. And that is mainly due to the fact that when we talk about the use of AI in the recruitment process we're no longer discussing a future possibility. It is already happening! As a true game-changer, AI is revolutionising the way companies streamline the recruitment process and qualify, engage, and nurture large candidate pipelines. The use of AI tools and digital recruitment processes actually improves the company’s chances to better match candidates to performance and culture requirements and, therefore, to find READ MORE