Ready or not, here AI comes. AI hiring is quickly becoming the norm in employee selection.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the world in many ways, from self-driving cars to automated medical diagnoses to computers that can have sophisticated conversations with humans.
Over the last several years, breakthroughs in machine learning data analysis techniques have been transformative across the whole economy, leading to high-value innovations like medical image analysis and diagnosis of diseases, complex image generation valued as high art, and smart assistants like Amazon Alexa that can control the lights in your house, tell you what meeting you are currently late for, and reorder your favorite crackers. These products and others like them all rely on the machine’s ability to make sense of incredibly complicated, messy, unstructured data. A decade ago, none of this was possible.
Kai-Fu Lee, an artificial intelligence expert, says, “within fifteen years, artificial intelligence will replace around 40 to 50 percent of jobs in the United States.”
AI hiring is no different. In an age when TA teams are being asked to do more with less, AI hiring processes are more prevalent than ever. Similarly, more abundant than ever before are marketers’ promises that their solution can cure all your hiring woes.
Before you sign on with a partner to help you manage AI hiring, you need to know that they have your and your candidates’ best interest at heart. You need to take active steps to ensure that AI solutions are unbiased, demonstrate reliable predictive power, make theoretical sense, and are fair and transparent for your candidates, which brings us to the critical questions you must consider before embarking on using AI in your own hiring.
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- Both the power and peril of AI
- The promise it holds for the future of employee selection decisions
- A surprising truth about the state of AI progress today
- The five critical things to consider before implementing AI in your hiring process
AI is here, and it’s changing the world. Make sure you’re part of how it’s used responsibly to change the world for good.