It comes as no surprise that AI is finding its way into the realm of employment.
Recently, Jonathan Ashworth, a prominent figure in the Labour party, announced the party’s intention to leverage AI as a catalyst for helping individuals navigate the complex job market. While some may approach this idea with trepidation, the potential benefits of harnessing AI's power to revolutionise the talent market and assist job seekers cannot be ignored.
As we stand on the cusp of the AI revolution, it's important to acknowledge that we are only scratching the surface of its capabilities. AI, with its ability to process vast amounts of data and learn from patterns, possesses the potential to transform the way we approach talent acquisition and job searching. Jonathan Ashworth's proposal highlights the notion that AI can be a powerful ally in connecting job seekers with the right opportunities.
How AI & VR Tech Will Transform the World of Work
Immersive technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing the workplace as we know it and heralding a new age for talent acquisition.
The acceleration of machine learning (ML), augmented reality (AR), blockchain, and conversational AI tools (such as ChatGPT) have presented possibilities across the HR lifecycle that businesses everywhere can’t afford to miss.
Imagine the opportunities for both employees and employers as virtual recruiting events, more immersive meetings with global colleagues, AI talent acquisition assistance, more data-driven upskilling/reskilling transition from emerging technology to the new normal.
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Why implementing new AI and VR technology is a balancing act while revolutionising recruitment
How AI, VR and immersive tech are changing skills
Impacts on the future of work
One of the key advantages of employing AI in the job market lies in its ability to match individuals with roles that align not only with their skills and qualifications but also with their personal aspirations.