Technological advancement forms the backbone of modern society, but some could argue that too much technology has made us less productive. In business, reliance on technology has its benefits in speed, automation and allowing for communication almost anywhere. However, there is such a thing as relying too much on technology, and a business that ends up in this situation can find itself struggling to remain successful.
Unilever recruits more than 30,000 people a year and processes around 1.8 million job applications. To tackle this problem, Unilever partnered with Pymetrics, a specialist in AI recruitment, to create an online platform which means candidates can be initially assessed from their own homes, in front of a computer or mobile phone screen. Read the article by Bernard Marr in Forbes
With so many jobs being replaced because of the efficiency of technology, Michael Tippett asks, “What will we be doing when we’re not working?” Watch the video here from Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon
An all-inclusive exploration of the condition of Applicant Tracking Software market has been completed in this astuteness report. It comprises the examinations done on the previous innovation, ongoing market situations and upcoming forecasts. An accurate information of the merchandises, approaches and market stocks of leading businesses in this specific market is declared. Read the article and report
While researchers and business leaders barrel ahead to invent and apply artificial intelligence, a small, vocal minority has been sounding the alarm, urging the field to temper the technology’s dangers before widely deploying it. Read the article
New research from ATD, Upskilling and Reskilling: Turning Disruption and Change Into New Capabilities, shows 44 percent of organizations do not provide any upskilling or reskilling opportunities. These organizations are not operating according to best practices to prepare for the future of work. Read the full article
979 technology pioneers, innovators, developers, business and policy leaders, researchers and activists answered this question in a canvassing of experts. Most of them expressed concerns about the long-term impact of these new tools on the essential elements of being human. Here are the main themes of what they said. Read the full article