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Chatbots for Recruiting

Talent departments are spending $250 billion on recruitment, interviewing and candidate assessment solutions. But as employers invest in these disparate technologies, they sacrifice efficiency and deliver a disconnected experience throughout the talent lifecycle. Enter the AI chatbot. Phenom, a leader in Talent Experience Management (TXM), is a single platform that individualizes the end-to-end talent journey for candidates, recruiters, employees and management.

Infographic: How to Become a Data Scientist in 2020?

Data Scientist continues its reign as one of the most coveted jobs in 2020. In fact, as the business world becomes increasingly data-driven, there is a serious concern that the data science skill gap will continue widening and the supply of data scientist career talent won’t be able to catch up to the industries’ demand. For the 3rd consecutive year, our friends at 365 Data Science asked the data and collected their findings in a detailed annual report summarized in the included infographic.

Interview: Mike Hudy, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire

I recently caught up with Mike Hudy, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire, to discuss the use of AI in the hiring process. Hint: it includes a robust and specific code of ethics, implementation with a specific problem in mind, and lots of transparency.

What Employers Should Consider in Big Data Hiring

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses the many things you need to consider when hiring for big data. Thinking about the nature of your organization, the potential roles, and responsibilities of your data employees, what you aim to achieve through the use of big data, and finally, considering budget; is a good place to start when it comes to big data hiring.

2019 U.S. Emerging Jobs Report

In the third annual LinkedIn Emerging Jobs Report, AI Specialist took the number one spot, with 74% annual growth in hiring for this role in the past four years. Below, Romer Rosales, Senior Director of Artificial Intelligence at LinkedIn, shares skills that are important for AI Specialists and thoughts on the massive growth of this position.

Interview: Tammy Wang, VP of Data Science and Engineering at Riviera Partners

I recently caught up with Tammy Wang, VP of Data Science and Engineering at Riviera Partners to discuss her company’s partnering with the University of Virginia Economics department to build an AI-powered application that can help people successfully navigate STEM career paths, with a focus on developing a long-term career trajectory in tech. The solution has the potential to impact U.S. labor supply by addressing the increasing demand for technology talent, which has resulted from the rapid digitization and automation of the labor market.

5 Ways Big Data Is Impacting Employee Benefits Packages

Big data has transformed how businesses in various industries process and analyze information in ways that were impossible before. The technology can crunch numbers and detect trends much faster than humans could without help. In this contributed article, tech blogger Caleb Danziger provides five ways big data has changed employee benefits packages and the human resources (HR) professionals responsible for keeping workers informed.

How Big Data Is Changing the Job Market

In this contributed article, Magnolia Potter explains how big data has had a significant impact on the way candidates look for jobs, as well as on how employers make hiring decisions. Also provided are some of the ways in which big data has changed the job market.

AI and the Future of Work

ZipRecruiter released their latest Future of Work report – examining how AI will impact future career opportunities and how humans and technology will work together. Interestingly, the report notes that “the most successful applications of AI have been when used in partnership with humans, rather than as a replacement” – directly contradicting most employees’ fear […]

AI Skills — 93% of Organizations Committed to AI but Skills Shortage Poses Considerable Challenge

Most organizations are fully invested in AI but more than half don’t have the required in-house skilled talent to execute their strategy, according to new research from SnapLogic. The study found that 93% of US and UK organizations consider AI to be a business priority and have projects planned or already in production. However, more than half of them (51%) acknowledge that they don’t have the right mix of skilled AI talent in-house to bring their strategies to life.