The rise of AI in various industries is an interesting and far-reaching discussion.
A very small percentage of people are at the forefront of working with the technologies involved, most are aware of the potential ramifications, and some are choosing to ignore it.
AI was actually initially developed at a 1956 conference at Dartmouth University. As of yet, it’s not quite at scale.
This is what we do know, however: it’s likely AI will take away jobs. The number most reported by reputable sources seems to be somewhere between 35-47% of jobs could be automated away in the next 25 years. Continue reading
Jobvite recently published a survey on how recruiters feel about AI and automation in talent acquisition.
In recruiting, artificial intelligence is being used to streamline or automate some part of the workflow, especially repetitive, high-volume, administrative tasks.
Contrary to popular belief, the talent acquisition field seems to be embracing AI and is optimistic about its potential to improve their jobs.
Half of recruiters (49%) feel positive about the effects of AI and automation on their jobs while 42% are indifferent, and only 7% believed AI will have a negative effect.
How AI and automation are being used in talent acquisition
AI is currently being used in five main domains in recruiting:
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