As you may already be aware, learning and development (L&D) will be one of the most innovative departments over the course of the next decade, primarily because of the new technology that L&D departments will use and implement moving forward.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has great potential for fundamentally altering the way our world operates. Although it can replace or enhance human thinking in many industries, as well as help us make existing processes much more efficient, there is still a great deal of anxiety for some over the potential power of computerized intelligence, and every […]
While many industries are playing catchup when it comes to implementing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), one industry, in particular, has shown the value such technology offers. That industry is healthcare. Take note, as much of what AI has done for that industry translates very well into the needs of the HR professional.
The way we work today is a lot different from the way people worked just a decade ago. Freelancing is now a full-time job for many; 9-to-5 weekdays are being replaced by round-the-clock availability of independent consultants; and alternative work arrangements are becoming common throughout firms from global multinational corporations (MNCs) to local, bootstrapped start-ups.
In a previous post, we discussed the current uses of AI in the healthcare industry, and in a follow-up post, we looked at the first 5 of 11 policy recommendations made by Connected Health in a report titled “Policy Principles for Artificial Intelligence in Health.”
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been revolutionizing the way people and businesses complete a variety of tasks, and it promises to continue to do so at an increasing pace. One area that has great potential for AI applications is the healthcare industry.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has already altered our world in many significant ways, from targeted advertisements and personal home assistants to cybersecurity. The future promises even greater impacts, and health care is no exception.
Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to be a revolutionizing force in our lifetime in applications ranging from business, health care, media, and leisure, but many have expressed concern over AI’s potential for making the need for humans in many fields unnecessary. Some have even expressed concern over whether AI could become self-aware and eliminate and replace […]
Using artificial intelligence (AI) on day-to-day, mundane tasks frees up recruiters and allows them to spend their time where it matters the most: with prospective candidates. As we know, the candidate experience is vital to attracting and retaining talent, but could AI be used to lure jobseekers in, as well?
In a previous post, we looked at a few workplace culture predictions you should be prepared for by the time 2030 rolls around.