Artificial Intelligence Articles

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    These Are the Fastest-Growing Jobs Around the World

    December 10, 2019

    I’m happy to announce the roll out of the third LinkedIn Emerging Jobs Report, particularly because — judging by the results — this may be the last year we’ll need a person to write the introduction. Next year, it will probably be produced with artificial intelligence by, say, Robot Louis Stevenson. This year we’ve scoured LinkedIn to identify the...

  • How Your AI-Driven Recruiting Software Could Lead to Legal Trouble Instead of Better Candidates

    November 19, 2019

    The road to the courtroom can be paved with good intentions, says Jaimi Kerr, a director of employment law for LinkedIn. Jaimi says that as recruiters and hiring managers navigate the ever-changing topography of AI-driven tools, they need to understand what the law has to say about it. In a conversation with Brendan Browne, LinkedIn’s global head of talent...

  • How “Cobots” Are Transforming Jobs in Every Industry, from Fast Food to Law

    August 8, 2019

    A recent estimation put 40% of the world’s jobs at risk of automation over the next 15 years. That’s a major shift, but it’s nothing new — throughout history, advances in technology have replaced human jobs time and again. Between 1947 and 2014, for example, the number of U.S. workers employed by the railroad industry dropped by 86% as a result of new technology...

  • Here’s How IBM Predicts 95% of Its Turnover Using Data

    June 17, 2019

    Last year, job attrition in the U.S. reached its highest rate on record — and things haven’t really improved since then. With the cost...

  • Keep Bias Out of Your AI Hiring Tools With These 3 Steps

    April 9, 2019

    Many companies already use Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools to make their hiring process quicker, more accurate, and, crucially,...

  • How AI Will (and Won’t) Change the Way You Work, According ...

    October 11, 2018

    It’s estimated that, globally, as many as 375 million people may need to switch occupational categories and learn new skills by 2030....