AI, Algorithms, and Who Owns the Outcome

Posted February 07, 2019 by

Artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes called machine learning or machine intelligence, is in its infancy yet poised to fundamentally change how we work, are educated, and run our businesses. AI is already impacting how leading employers engage with students and recent graduates and then hire and manage them.

AI offers tremendous opportunities to those in talent acquisition and human resources as well as society as a whole, but also poses some threats.

On December 10, 2018, hundreds of talent acquisition and other human resources leaders gathered in Mountain View, California and remotely via live stream to participate in the College Recruiting Bootcamp on AI, organized by job search site, College Recruiter, and hosted by Google.

Our closing keynote was delivered by John Sumser, Principal Analyst for HRExaminer, an independent analyst firm covering HR technology and the intersection of people, tech, and work.

Joining John for a panel discussion after his presentation were:

Jeff Dunn, member of College Recruiter’s Panel of Experts and Campus Relations Manager for Intel.

Derek Zeller, Director of Recruiting Solutions and Channels for ENGAGE Talent and author for ERE Media.

Richard Rosenow, Workforce Planning Analyst for Facebook.

Heather Bussing, employment attorney for Law Offices of Heather Bussing.

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