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AI and virtual care will be HR technology priorities in 2023

Here's what HR tech thought leaders and vendors say HR leaders need to keep on their radar for the coming year. 

In a slowing hiring market, will AI finally revolutionize recruiting?

The recruiting industry may finally have to come to terms with its relationship with new technology.

Anticipating NYC’s anti-bias law, Beamery conducts an internal AI audit

The talent acquisition solution provider conducted a pair of tests on its AI-powered recruitment solutions. Here's what they found.

How Factorial grew to become the latest HR tech unicorn; more Quick Hits

New ways for testing talent acquisition tools, CareerBeacon buys Ruutly, and more.

A warning to CHROs using AI tools: Governmental oversight may be coming

Since the White House unveiled its AI Bill of Rights blueprint, HR tech vendors predict that greater oversight from city, state and federal regulators is coming soon.

AI Bill of Rights: Why it’s the beginning of what HR, HR tech need

HR tools that rely on artificial intelligence should be tested before deployment for bias and monitored regularly to ensure they are safe and effective, according to the new guidelines.

What HR everywhere needs to know about NYC’s new AI bias law

Starting Jan. 1, businesses with offices in New York City must be assured that biases do not appear in their AI tools. And this law could be coming to a city or state near you.

HR Tech interview: ‘Inclusion and Accountability in PTO’ with PTO Genius

See analyst and WorkTech founder George LaRocque speak with Uli Orozco, co-founder of PTO Genius.

3 top questions to answer at HR Tech, starting with quiet quitting

Quitting in place, the power of people analytics and helping solve recruiter woes are among the primary topics at this year's conference.

Wondering what’s next in HR tech? Look to the HR Tech Conference Pitchfest

The start-up competition showcases the latest and greatest in HR tech.

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