AI & Predictive Hiring Technology: User Interface Design Ethics Part 1 of 2

“How to present predictive information and user interface is also changing. The essence of traditional interfaces is a deep emphasis on clarity (or intuitiveness). One look at the interface tells you what to do. That doesn’t work with likelihoods.” - John Sumser
 

Coaching: An Abundance Of Great Intentions

On January 14, 2020, in Dr. Todd Dewett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Todd Dewett
“Sometimes I feel like we’re lost in an ocean of coaches at work. It’s a movement that needed to happen, but like all movements or paradigms, there are unintended consequences.” - Dr. Todd Dewett
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Consider These Three Things Before You Engage In A Difficult Conversation

“At work, at home, and in life, people fall short of our expectations and do things that irritate and disappoint us. The behaviors and actions of others can trigger feelings of anger, irritation, and anxiety.” - Jamie Resker
 

HRExaminer v10.54

John Sumser writes, “Just as humans have unconscious bias, machines have uncoded bias. Machines are incapable of seeing things that aren’t measured.” Uncoded Bias in AI Hiring.



Get the simple overview on AI and Intelligent Software you’ve been looking for. John Sumser categorizes things nicely with, 6 Types of AI or Intelligent Tools in HR Tech.



Did you know that all algorithms and models in AI experience ‘drift?’ Yeah, they wear out! John Sumser exposes the heart of the problem in, Maintenance is the heart of AI Utility in HR Tech.



“If you do decide to go into federal Australian politics - go in with your eyes wide open.” Dr. Chris Andrews shares an insider perspective about, Women in Australian Federal Politics.



On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey Harris and John Sumser dig into a couple of big topics this week. An Article in The Atlantic describes how At Work, Expertise Is Falling Out of Favor. Education Technology is the other big story where 2019 Global Edtech Investments Reached a Staggering $18.66 Billion.


 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #248: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On January 10, 2020, in HR Tech Weekly, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, John Sumser, by John Sumser
Stacey Harris and John Sumser dig into a couple of big topics this week. An Article in The Atlantic describes how At Work, Expertise Is Falling Out of Favor. EdTech is the other big story where 2019 Global Edtech Investments Reached a Staggering $18.66 Billion. Wow.
 

Uncoded Bias in AI Hiring

“Allowing machines to participate in and perhaps even dictate decisions in Human Resources raises a host of ethical considerations. After all, these systems control various forms of opportunity for the workforce. More precisely, they involve people’s livelihood, hopes and dreams.” - John Sumser

Women in Australian Federal Politics: An Insider Perspective

On January 8, 2020, in Dr. Chris Andrews, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Chris Andrews
“In thinking about future careers none of my daughters want to be an HR Director. The things we do just aren’t that attractive.” - Dr. Chris Andrews
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Maintenance is the heart of AI Utility in HR Tech

On January 7, 2020, in AI, HR Tech, HR Technology, HR Trends, Intelligent Software in HR, John Sumser, by John Sumser
John Sumser writes, “Maintenance. At the heart of intelligent tools (AI), deployment is a super-challenging question. Since all algorithms and models ‘drift’ (wear out), maintenance is a natural and important part of usage. But, maintenance is the hardest part of digital life.”
 

6 Types of AI or Intelligent Tools in HR Tech

On January 6, 2020, in AI, Artificial Intelligence, HR Tech, HR Technology, HR Trends, John Sumser, by John Sumser
Let’s round up the broad categories of intelligent software and AI that are available to you in today’s HR Tech marketplace.
 

HRExaminer v10.53

Do We Have an AI Safe Word? Michael Kannisto, Ph.D. writes, “We may find that the use of these tools is completely unfounded, and creates at best a random outcome (and at worst a tool for automating systemic discrimination).”



The job interview is supposed to predict which candidate will be most successful and encourage that ideal candidate to accept an offer. Most interviews accomplish neither goal. Bob Corlett explains how to Make Better Hires using Evidence-Based Interviewing Part I.



Bob Corlett wraps-up his two-part series on how to Make Better Hires with Evidence-Based Interviewing Part II.



Heather Bussing covers AI in HR Tech: Discrimination and Bias.



On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey and John discuss some of the most important topics of 2019. Standouts include Ethics in AI, HR Tech in Recruiting, the role of HR, the pace of change, and the importance of Workforce Planning.