The subject of AI in human resources seems to be everywhere right now. It’s a topic I’ve been fascinated about as it seems so complicated and involved but a technology that could certainly revolutionize our jobs in HR and recruiting. And so for the last twelve months, I’ve been personally vested in better understanding AI for myself taking several classes on the subject, interviewing experts, and reading all the information and resources I have time to.
Are you ready for AI? Take Our HR AI Market Readiness Survey
That’s exactly the reason that I’ve decided to launch Workology’s HR AI Workforce Readiness Survey. This survey is designed to learn about HR and recruiting practitioner readiness for leveraging artificial intelligence in their jobs. Where are you, your department and your company when it comes to adoption or utilizing artificial intelligence? There is no wrong answer here. We want to uncover your adoption and implementation curve and where this new technology will live. Will it be in human resources, information technology, and/or operations?
This survey is in partnership with two awesome HR technology partners, MeBeBot and ThisWay Global who are leading the way in the artificial intelligence space. Like me, they are committed to understanding, supporting, and elevating the work we do in HR and recruitment. Thank you for taking the time to consider taking our survey. We will be sharing results with survey respondents first in mid-2019. By completing the survey, you give us a better picture of AI implementation in HR and recruiting.
How Ready Is HR For AI?
Last year I wrote that we have reached peak hype cycle when it comes to the subject of AI in HR and recruitment. We’re currently living in the peak of inflated expectations (see image below) when it comes to the subject of artificial intelligence in our space. I’ve had one hundred conversations or more with other HR practitioners, analysts, and industry pundits who are thinking about artificial intelligence in HR. But what does AI in HR really look like? How is it being implemented or is it yet? There are so many questions that remain about AI, even though the topic is such a hot one in our industry. This is the reason I decided to dive in deeper and really understand where people are in terms of adoption beyond what Deloitte or PwC studies tell us.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the survey or about artificial intelligence adoption in HR or recruitment. I’m looking forward to connecting with you.
More Artificial Intelligence HR Resources
Using AI 4 HR Class – A 5-week class facilitated by Future Workplace that begins Feb. 18th. This online course is designed for HR and recruiting leaders. Use Coupon Code ‘WORKOLOGY’ to save $100 when registering.
The Definitive Guide to Intelligent Technology in HR – Author, John Sumser has a nice report he has compiled that gives readers a look at the landscape and the future of AI in HR.
Artificial Intelligence for HR: Use AI to Support and Develop a Successful Workforce – Ben Eubanks has a new book out that provides a nice framework for use of artificial intelligence in AI. Ben’s background as an HR practitioner providers the reader with robust insights.
Podcast Ep 168 – How Robots & Artificial Intelligence Will Change Our Workplace – This is a Workology Podcast interview with Peter Weddle talking about where we’re heading in AI, the adoption curve, and what industries will be impacted first.
Circa 2118: What Humans Will Do When Machines Take Over – Book by job board and talent acquisition expert, Peter Weddle. His book provides an interesting look at the future employment landscape and what HR and recruiting leaders can expect.
Podcast Ep 154 – Artificial Intelligence Basics for HR and Recruiting -This is a Workology Podcast interview that dives into the basics of artificial intelligence with Dr. Naghid Prasad who has a Ph.D. in AI.
Podcast Ep 121 – How Artificial Intelligence Creates Discrimination in HR & Recruiting – This is a Workology Podcast interview with Dr. Jutta Treviranus on the subject of artificial intelligence and how it could create discrimination in hiring and recruiting.
A Look at How AI is Powering HR and the Future Workplace – An article that discusses several sessions and impressions from the HR Technology Conference on the subject of how artificial intelligence is changing and driving innovation in human resources.