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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Recruitment in a digitised world

2022-05-25 13:41

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Head Kandi, TALENT RISK, RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION, FUTURE OF WORK, 21st CENTURY LEADERSHIP, AI, DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION,

Recruitment in a digitised world

Futurist Steve Wells invited our very own Cat to discuss the risks and opportunities of leveraging AI, facial recognition and machine learning in recruitment.

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The recent BBC3 documentary, Computer Says No, explored the increased prevalence of AI in hiring and HR practices and revealed various flaws in the system.

 

Futurist Steve Wells invited our very own Cat to discuss the risks and opportunities of leveraging AI, facial recognition and machine learning in recruitment.

 

Listen to their podcast here.

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