ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE : THE HR CROSSOVER
What is the impact of Artificial Intelligence going to be, and how will it change HR of the future?
Artificial Intelligence is a beautifully simple way to speed up processes and create more time for the truly human side of the job. When you look at thriving HR departments, you notice the AI capabilities, such as decoding video interviews to determine cognitive ability, identifying worker’s career options, and training managers to improve their leadership skills. It also allows HR teams to offer an always-on, personalized, concierge-type service to their organizations, which would not otherwise be viable. Discovering AI can be transformative.
This is, of course, just a starting point. You won’t instantly have a thriving HR department once you have the tools in place. But it might come as a surprise the extent to which Artificial Intelligence is used in HR departments across the world.
A study found that less than 10 percent of HR professionals believe their organization has an AI strategy in place. But here’s what’s fascinating: The trouble is many HR departments collect masses of data but don’t know what to do with it.
HR individuals aren’t typically technically savvy; their ability to form a case to allow AI and automation may be a massive issue.
Suppose you can use data to help identify potential problems and address them or assist employees with managing their careers, so they are more engaged and productive. In that case, it will allow HR teams to offer an always-on, personalized, concierge-type service to their organizations, which would not otherwise be viable.
Adopting AI within human resources will speed up processes and create more time for the human side of the job.