We use AI every day of our lives. We ask Siri for directions. Or have Alexa play our favorite song. But we don’t think of those things as AI because once it becomes a part of our day we no longer think of it as AI. So we are much further along than we think in the world of artificial intelligence.
The same is true in recruitment. If you have not yet begun to use AI you are already behind. It provides a great experience for your candidates, and speeds up the process immensely.
Forbes is encouraging business leaders to enter the world of AI to deliver savings and increase efficiencies. And that is good advice.
Strategizing a successful artificial intelligence deployment can be a game-changer for an enterprise. Today’s business leaders likely know that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to deliver savings and efficiencies to companies that utilize it. According to a study by Deloitte, which surveyed over 200 AI-aware business leaders in companies that have adopted the technology, AI can help streamline data complexity and aid in decision making, among other benefits.