What Do HR Professionals Really Think About Machines Replacing People (and how are they evaluating new HR Technologies)

What Do HR Professionals Really Think About Machines Replacing People (and how are they evaluating new HR Technologies)
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It’s getting harder to distinguish existing HR Tech tools (assessments, for example) with their intelligent or AI offspring. The newly energized tools work smarter, faster, and cheaper, but perform the same function.

What Do HR Professionals Really Think
About Machines Replacing People
(and how are they evaluating new HR Technologies)

 

Survey Background: We surveyed 542 HR executives and subject matter experts about new and existing projects involving intelligent tools and AI. We covered 26 different technologies using a 28-question instrument that spanned a wide range of topics. Today we’ll look at a favorite recurring question (will machines replace people) along with the broader subject of how HR teams are evaluating new technologies in their stack.

 

Will Machines Replace People?

 

Chart: Will you be able to replace people with intelligent tools?

 

The actual cost of ownership go as high as three or four times the cost of the tool from the vendor.

It’s getting harder to distinguish existing HR Tech tools (assessments, for example) with their intelligent or AI offspring. The newly energized tools work smarter, faster, and cheaper, but perform the same function.

 

During our survey

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