According to a 2018 Deloitte Human Capital Trends report, the number of organizations adopting robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence (AI) will increase dramatically in the coming years. However, with only 31 percent of businesses willing to accept that their organizations need the latest technologies to achieve impressive hiring results, the journey towards ‘AI in HR’ still looks long. This is due to the fact that numerous employees feel their jobs might be at risk because of the advent of AI in their organization. Thus, the need to develop awareness around AI’s impact in the HR department should be at the top of an organization’s priority list.
Now, while there are businesses that still fear implementing AI, several other firms are adopting this technology as they believe it will enhance their decision making capabilities and improve efficiency in hiring. With AI’s ability to penetrate through multiple data sources, these enterprises can help their hiring managers and recruiters to gain insights about the people who are fit for the job according to their skills and experience. AI also aids recruiters in scheduling interviews, providing feedback to candidates in real time, and answering their queries without having to meet them personally. Furthermore, as businesses are constantly battling with one another to hire top talent for their organizations, HR teams must leverage AI along with advanced analytics to gather candidate’s data. This way they can collect relevant candidates’ information without having to go through thousands of profiles manually and finding the best match for their requirements.
To help CIOs recognize the potential of AI in improving HR operations, a distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts along with the editorial board of HR Tech Outlook has listed the Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Solution Providers 2018.
We present to you HR Tech Outlook’s “Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Solution Providers - 2018."