artificial intelligence meets the HR world
Artificial Intelligence is a completely new production factor, a combination of different technologies that allow machines to perceive, understand, act and learn.
what is Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial Intelligence is a technology capable of rapidly processing a large amount of data (reading and sorting). AI was born in response to a concrete problem that the human being is no longer able to face in the traditional way: “big data management”.
In combination with analytics and intelligent automation, AI is essential for companies that want to achieve revolutionary results and grow in a dynamic scenario, in full expansion and in constant change.
The applications of Artificial Intelligence in the HR sector are several and all arise from the desire to make the machine interpret a part of the process to optimize performance.
In JobArch we have focused on the automatic screening and extractor of the resume, the job offer, and, consequently, on the matching between the two thanks to a semantic engine specific for the world of work: Skillskan.
It is still too early for the machine to express a judgment with a margin of error similar to the human one, but we are working on new developments aimed at reducing this gap more and more.
What is certain is that the extensive use of new technologies will require the HR department to have a higher level of qualification than the current one, as repetitive or strictly mechanical activities will be carried out automatically.
- Reduce recruitment times and improve the process of finding and selecting candidates.
- Streamline the recruiting process, making human resource operations more quicker.
- Keep track of operations to create valuable insights, suggesting data-driven strategies.
The judgment and decisions of the recruiters are and will always be decisive in the management of resources. However, artificial intelligence will provide more time, more capacity, more budgets and more detailed information to take important decisions.
It is not necessary to know how to master all the latest technologies, but it is important to stay up to date and have a good understanding of how they will influence your sector and how they could help your HR department achieve the best results.