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On March 16, 2018, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
 
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Machines Have Bad H(AI)R Days

HRExaminer Weekly Edition v9.11 March 16, 2018

 

While PWC’s latest report on the impact of AI and automation focuses on how robots will take our jobs, a different finding drew our interest. ‘Learning mishaps’ occur when a machine doesn’t have all of the information but gives a recommendation or makes a decision anyway. John Sumser has more in, Preparing for the Change or Machines Have Bad H(AI)R Days.


“Why is it so hard for marketing people to understand that any surveys they generate will always be suspect?” Survey Says: John Sumser isn’t having any.


HRIntelligencer 2.10 Highlights: This week is another layer of myth-busting. Great management comes from anticipating the worst case while preparing to execute the best. Our droning-on about the risks of AI is the best way I know to get you ready for the inevitable.


John Sumser speaks with Heather Bussing about the intersection of technology and people (notably, bias in new technologies). Heather is an employment lawyer, writer, and photographer. Listen to Heather Bussing on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: Updates From the Ultimate Software Connections 2018 Users Conference, Bullhorn Acquires Talent Rover and JobScience, PredictiveHR Secures Funding and Creates Alliance With TrenData, and Paycor Adds to Leadership Team.


 

This Week's Articles

 


Preparing for the Change or Machines Have Bad H(AI)R DaysPreparing for the Change or Machines Have Bad H(AI)R Days
“The PWC paper mentions ‘learning mishaps.’ A ‘learning mishap’ occurs when the machine doesn’t have all of the information but gives a recommendation or makes a decision nonetheless.” - John Sumser
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Survey SaysSurvey Says
Why is it so hard for marketing people to understand that any surveys they generate will always be suspect? Of course, your survey supports your point of view.” - John Sumser
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HRIntelligencer 2.10HRIntelligencer 2.10
This week is another layer of myth-busting. Great management comes from anticipating the worst case while preparing to execute the best. Our droning-on about the risks of AI is the best way I know to get you ready for the inevitable. Read Now »





HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #269: Heather BussingHRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #269: Heather Bussing John Sumser speaks with Heather Bussing, an employment lawyer, writer, and photographer who tries not to believe everything she thinks.
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HR Tech Weekly: Episode #163: Stacey Harris and John SumserHR Tech Weekly: Episode #163: Stacey Harris and John Sumser This week on HR Tech Weekly: Updates From the Ultimate Software Connections 2018 Users Conference, Bullhorn Acquires Talent Rover and JobScience, PredictiveHR Secures Funding and Creates Alliance With TrenData, and Paycor Adds to Leadership Team. Listen Now »



 

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