The Human Machine Learning Partnership

Recognizing AI means trying to remember, in the onslaught of machine opinion, that by accepting the machine’s opinion you are making a decision. ‘The machine suggests but the fault is yours’ will necessarily replace ‘The machine told me to do it.’ - John Sumser
 

We Don’t Know If We Can Eliminate Bias From Tech

“Bias related technical tools fall into two categories. The tech group assumes that things work better when humans are not involved. The human group assumes that people should be the decision-makers when lives and careers are affected.” – John Sumser
 

AI and Intelligent Tools in HR Tech Right Now – Q&A, Reinventing HR

John Sumser’s video talk on where we are now with Intelligent Tools (AI and Data) in the HR and Recruiting space during the coronavirus pandemic. John covers the key points companies need to understand about AI and other intelligent tools to successfully implement systems and gain their full benefits.
 

Software Implementation in HR with Intelligent Tools and AI

“The number of tools available in Talent Acquisition outnumbers other tools by almost 10 to 1. New intelligent tool initiatives are most likely to start in the Recruiting silo or as a part of a larger suite initiative.” - John Sumser
 

Nuance in HR that AI and Intelligent Tools Don’t See

“The nature of algorithmic decision-making is that the machine seeks hard lines for solutions. Most Human Resource questions involve subtle distinctions, case specifics, or other bits of context. When even a little compassion or conscience is required, machines can only assist.” - John Sumser
 

Predictions Everywhere – 9 Trends that are Shaping AI and Intelligent Tools in HR Tech Part II

Veteran HR Tech Analyst, John Sumser completes his series on Nine trends shaping AI and intelligent tools in HR Tech.
 

Predictions Everywhere – 9 Trends that are Shaping AI and Intelligent Tools in HR Tech

“Humans are not good at making decisions. And yet, the proliferation of intelligent tools will give every decision-maker at every level a range of conflicting inputs from which a decision must be made.” - John Sumser
 

AI and Intelligent Software Implementation in HR – Part V

John Sumser completes his series on implementing intelligent software and AI in HR with 40 Key Questions for Evaluating your Prospective AI Vendor.
 

AI and Intelligent Software Implementation in HR – Part IV

“From data quality to regulatory compliance, there are 28 key parameters to evaluate when considering a purchase of intelligent tools for HR.” - John Sumser
 

AI and Intelligent Software Implementation in HR – Part III

In part III of this series, we’ll be looking at the role of data cleanliness, data models, and process governance. The tools and techniques required for the management of intelligent tools at scale are still in their infancy.