HR Tech & AI

HR Tech & AI

HR Tech & AI
Navigating the Jagged Technological Frontier: Field Experimental Evidence of the Effects of AI on Knowledge Worker Productivity and Quality

The public release of Large Language Models (LLMs) has sparked tremendous interest in how humans will use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to accomplish a variety of tasks. In our study conducted with Boston Consulting Group, a global management consulting firm, we examine the performance implications of AI on realistic, complex, and knowledge-intensive tasks.

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HR Tech & AI
Everyone is above average

The article “Everyone is Above Average” discusses how AI can elevate the skills of low performers to above average, acting as a skills leveler. It explores AI’s potential equalizing effect on various professions and its future implications, including its potential role as an escalator or kingmaker. It emphasizes the need for careful consideration and decision-making regarding the integration of AI into various fields, as well as the potential impact on entrepreneurship and criminal activities.

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Boards news
Artificial intelligence at the door of boards of directors

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way into the boardrooms of companies, according to a report by Les Echos. AI is increasingly being used to analyze data, make predictions, and provide insights to support decision-making at the top level. However, concerns about the lack of human judgment and potential biases have been raised. Companies must find the right balance between AI and human expertise to ensure effective corporate governance.

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Are job-searching platforms the new Tinder?

The article compares job searching platforms to dating apps like Tinder, and examines how they can help or hinder candidates and recruiters. It argues that job searching platforms can offer convenience, speed, and personalization, but also pose challenges such as

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