The goal is not to have AI replace humans or do things for them. Instead, it can serve as a tool that will make people smarter at doing things themselves.
The workforce needs to be prepared for the human-machine partnerships of the future. When the discussion turns to AI, L&D leaders should be speaking up — not stepping out.
Artificial intelligence is the most effective technology to enable desired behavior change.
Any successful AI venture depends on getting your team behind it. Here are five people issues to plan for to avoid AI implementation pitfalls.
Carisa Miklusak, CEO and co-founder of Tilr, explains the importance of building bias-free artificial intelligence for recruiting.
Tammy Cohen, founder and chief visionary officer of InfoMart, shares how background screening changed over the years, as well as the future of the practice.
Millennial L&D leaders share their perspectives.
Experts say the skills gap is here to stay, at least for the near future. Some employers are turning to AI to help close the gap — but where does that leave L&D?
Sahil Sahni, co-founder of AllyO, shares the history of job boards and what we can expect from the next frontier, including artificial intelligence.
Data collection in the hiring process should be fast, easy and transparent, or prospective talent will apply elsewhere.