Tag: Machine

Modern HR Data Types and Attributes (from text to machine generated and monitored data)

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second “Data has a funny property. It wants to make more data. There’s a saying, ‘data makes its own gravy.’ Using data creates data about usage. Interestingly, the metadata created by data is often more useful than the data itself.” - John Sumser   Modern HR Data Types and Attributes (from text to machine generated and monitored data)   Data…

Workday Podcast: How Citrix Is Closing the Skills Gap With Machine Learning

Read Time1 Minute, 4 Second This podcast was recorded before the global pandemic. While the world looks a lot different today, we believe this content remains valuable for helping organizations move forward and emerge stronger. Emerging technology continues to outpace the skills of today’s workforce, making it harder than ever for organizations to find the right talent to fill jobs. According to Deloitte, 70% …

The Human Machine Learning Partnership

Recognizing AI means trying to remember, in the onslaught of machine opinion, that by accepting the machine’s opinion you are making a decision. ‘The machine suggests but the fault is yours’ will necessarily replace ‘The machine told me to do it.’ – John Sumser   Facts and Opinions Require Different Approaches   For 40 years, the software that businesses used took a set of…

Harqen.AI Launches New Machine Learning Technology

MILWAUKEE, July 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Harqen.AI, a leading provider of smart interviewing technologies for recruiters, announces the launch of the Harqen Machine Learning Platform, a new solution designed to make the hiring process more productive and predictive for employers looking to hire and retain top talent. Harqen.AI’s groundbreaking technology takes a fresh approach to assessing job candidates, which processes transcribed candidate interview answers through an extensive…

Autonomous: When Database Patch Lifecycle Management meets Machine Learning Model Lifecycle …

This post was originally published on this site By Sonali Inamdar, Director of Software Development If you are a long time Oracle customer, you may recall the days in 2009 when Oracle 11g along with Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g was released. Oracle Enterprise Manager Patching and Provisioning Pack 11g included capabilities for automated database provisioning, patching and upgrade. Compliance for Oracle recommended Critical Patch…

The Top 17 Articles of 2017: #15 Human vs Machine: Who Sources Best? The Results of the 2017 Grandmaster Competition

Wow! I was fortunate enough to present at the family reunion of sourcers everywhere – SourceCon Spring 2017. (Yay!) At least, that’s what it felt like to me. But I digress, I shared the stage with Jason Roberts who co-presented with me “Human vs. Machine.” Unless you are new to SourceCon and its ways, we produce contests that test the mettle of Sourcerors, Purple Squirrel Hunters, Unicorn Riders, Sourcing Ninjas,…

Straight from SourceCon: Recruiting in the Machine Age

SourceCon is always chocked full of great speakers and insightful sessions, and this year was no exception. It’s always a great channel for discovering the newest trends and understanding how they’ll shape the future of what we do. One that was particularly revealing this year was Recruiting in the Machine Age, led by Jason Roberts, global head of technology and analytics at Randstad Sourceright.

The Summer of Machine Learning

What exactly is machine learning? You know much more than you think you do. Machine learning and artificial intelligence are all around us. While we browse social media the Facebook machines are calculating how to help its patrons’ ads reach their intended audiences. You turn on Netflix and “because you watched this” suggestions span the TV screen, powered by machine learning they work harder…

In Human vs. Machine – You need some Machines on your team!

The Spring SourceCon Conference recently took place in San Diego. If you don’t know what SourceCon is, it’s basically the one place in the world sourcing pros get together to share the secret sauce! I’ve never been invited, but I hear it’s really awesome. (The “I’ve never been invited” is somewhat of an inside joke as I know I don’t have to be invited…

Human vs Machine: Who Sources Best? The Results of the 2017 Grandmaster Competition

Wow! I was fortunate enough to present at the family reunion of sourcers everywhere – SourceCon Spring 2017. (Yay!) At least, that’s what it felt like to me. But I digress, I shared the stage with Jason Roberts who co-presented with me “Human vs. Machine.” Unless you are new to SourceCon and its ways, we produce contests that test the mettle of Sourcerors, Purple Squirrel…

Human and Machine: Better Together

Applications for Talent Acquisition For years, computers posed a minimal competitive threat to the world’s elite chess players. In a 1985 event, grandmaster Garry Kasparov put up a 32-0 record against his computer challengers simultaneously. Twelve years later came his 1997 defeat to IBM’s Deep Blue, which represented a symbolic inflection point in computing power. Not only can computers more quickly calculate the various iterations of a chess…

Rage Against the Machine: A Recruiting Rant.

I’m currently reading a dense David McCullough book (an oldie but a goodie), The Path Between The Seas, which won a Pulitzer back in the 70s and is a compelling read for anyone with a sadomasochistic interest in the intersection of American imperialism and global capitalism, intermixed with minute details on things like maritime engineering, […]