Q&A on AI and Intelligent Tools with John Sumser

Watch this video Q&A with John Sumser on AI and Intelligent Tools in the HR and Recruiting space during the coronavirus pandemic.
 

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John Sumser writes, “Intelligent output requires the user to think before deciding. This makes the quality of the interface design a fundamental ethical question.” User Interface Design Ethics in AI - Part I.



“We must design our tools to help us practice our AI ethics. That includes a continuous process where you revisit your assumptions, rewrite your questions, validate your data, and measure results against not just KPI’s, but your underlying corporate values.” Read part two of John Sumser’s series on User Interface Design Ethics in AI - Part II.



From vision, strategy, and workforce impact to costs, maintenance, data standards, and process governance, John Sumser takes a look at HR Tech: AI and Intelligent Software Implementation - Part I.



John Sumser wraps-up his two-part series on, HR Tech: AI and Intelligent Software Implementation - Part II.



F1000 corporate executive and start-up CEO Jason Lauritsen discusses how the foundation of employee engagement is undermined by ignoring employee’s personal lives. Build a Better Foundation for Employee Engagement in 2021.



 

HR Tech: AI and Intelligent Software Implementation – Part II

“From data quality to regulatory compliance, there are 28 key parameters to evaluate when considering a purchase of intelligent tools for HR. We’ve also provided 40 key questions to ask to evaluate an AI or Intelligent Software vendor solution.” - John Sumser
 

HR Tech: AI and Intelligent Software Implementation – Part I

“The question is when, not whether, organizations will use intelligent tools. The future is inevitable. The sooner you get started, the easier it will be to keep up. Conversely, the longer you wait, the more competitive advantage you will lose.” - John Sumser
 

Build a Better Foundation for Employee Engagement in 2021

“Life is messy. Unless we are equipped to navigate that messiness, it is easy to get consumed by it. And that doesn’t bode well for doing our best at work (or anywhere else).” - Jason Lauritsen
 

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Heather Bussing explains how the pandemic demands that we reimagine our indispensable work. Reimagining What is Necessary Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic.



Jon Stross and his Greenhouse co-founder noticed that certain ways of leading and communicating during the pandemic suddenly snapped into focus while previous methods no longer fit the scene. Sometimes Leading Means Letting Go During the Pandemic (Lessons Learned in Zoom Rooms).



After the Furlough there are five things you should do to prepare for your employees’ return. John Sumser has more.



Recognizing AI in our HR Tech means trying to remember, in the onslaught of machine opinion, that by accepting the machine’s opinion you are making a decision. John Sumser has more in, Can we recognize baked-in AI in HR Tech in order to manage it properly?



 

Can we recognize baked-in AI in HR Tech in order to manage it properly?

“AI is quickly becoming a table-stakes commodity. Since it will often be unlabeled, the question will be, ‘How do we recognize it?’ This is not the discovery of a rarity, it’s remembering to be effective in the flow of recommendations, suggestions, forecasts, probabilities, and interpretations that fill our every transaction. Recognizing AI means trying to remember, in the onslaught of machine opinion, that by accepting the machine’s opinion you are making a decision.” - John Sumser
 

After the Furlough

On January 6, 2021, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, HRExaminer, John Sumser, by John Sumser
After you have evaluated and implemented all of the COVID-19 health and safety protections, there are five things you should do to prepare for your employees’ return.
 

Reimagining What is Necessary Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The pandemic demands that we reimagine, rethink, and reengineer our work. It starts with getting clear on what is truly necessary work. Trying to go back to what it was like is a mistake.
 

Sometimes Leading Means Letting Go During the Pandemic (Lessons Learned in Zoom Rooms)

On January 4, 2021, in Contributing Authors, Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, HRExaminer, Jon Stross, by Jon Stross
“In considering what our employees need from leadership right now, here are some of the questions we keep in mind.” Jon Stross, President and Co-founder of Greenhouse