Posted on Feb 14, 2019
For decades, artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have sought to enable computers to perform a wide range of tasks once thought to be reserved for humans. In recent years, the technology has moved from science fiction into real life: AI programs can play games, recognize faces and speech, learn, and make informed decisions.
Posted on Jan 19, 2019
With a veritable explosion of investment, 2019 is clearly the year of artificial intelligence hype, and while human resources (HR) remains at the fringe of discussion, it is poised for disruption. But what does artificial intelligence really mean? How close are we to achieving “meaningful use” - to steal a term from healthcare? Should you as a recruiter or HR Director care? Is your job or role at risk?
Posted on Nov 28, 2018
How is it that we are still using a Resume as the primary currency of the business transaction that is “the hire?” Surely … somewhere there is a solution to the insanity that is a job search - but everywhere we look, the trends point further away from career and more toward a gig economy of transient tasks stitched together via dated algorithms of what it means to be human in an occupation.
Posted on Nov 15, 2018
Texting isn’t new by any stretch of the imagination. As a communication medium that has been around for more than 20 years, it has just begun to hit its stride in the past few years. Widespread, generally free, real-time and with incredible reach, texting and messaging has become a central component if not a driving force in human interaction.
Posted on Oct 21, 2018
You’ve undoubtedly been reading a great deal about the rise of Artificial Intelligence, and admittedly, what we’ve done here is nothing particularly new or novel, but the results are interesting depending on how deep you want to read into the potential meaning of the text.
Posted on Sep 28, 2018
At the heart of Cloud Jobs API, there are two main proprietary ontologies that encode knowledge about occupations and skills, as well as relational models between these ontologies… The occupational ontology, an enhanced evolution of O*NET Standard Occupational Classification
Posted on Sep 19, 2018
There are more than 42,000 non-profits with a military and veteran community focus, more than 14,000 OJT programs and 36,000 education programs in total eligible to receive GI Bill funds. Military Transition Assistance Programs (TAP) are mandatory for transitioning veterans. None of this takes into account the millions of individuals investing personally in assisting veterans during their transition to civilian life.