How are human resources departments implementing artificial intelligence?

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Companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Amazon and OpenAI are recruiting the most talented AI researchers while pouring tens of millions of dollars into research and development.

And, now, many of these same companies are deploying AI to build tech for human resources that promises to change the way we hire, recruit, develop and engage employees.

The potential for AI in human resources is significant. It moves decision making from an intuitive, gut-level process to one using predictive analytics based on vast troves of data. Machines can become the biggest advocate for an organization’s human capital, or at least the best option for making decisions that affect human capital.

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This report was originally published by the HR Exchange Network