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AI and machine learning

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.

5 takeaways from HR Tech Conference, from talent to skills and EX

Skills development, talent acquisition worries and an overheating tech market were among the most pressing trends of the 2022 HR Technology Conference.

Here’s what I learned from a year of planning for the HR Tech Conference

A week after the conference wrapped up, the event chair reflects on his biggest takeaways.

HR Tech Quick Hits: New from Microsoft Viva; recruitment no-shows

Microsoft adds a trio of new tools to its HCM, new HR leaders join growing firms and a free app for managing deskless workers in small offices.

These are the next-gen HCM solutions that are on the near horizon

Expanding on his HR Tech Conference keynote this week, Josh Bersin highlights where we're seeing the most promise in the HCM vendor market.

How McDonald’s reduced time-to-hire by 60%

At HR Tech, Alexa Morse of McDonald’s shared the success of McHire, the burger chain’s AI-enabled hiring platform.

HR Tech Quick Hits: The power of AI in employee skills identification

Also, EIghtfold AI partners with New York and Betterworks expands.

Bersin: Skills and talent intel dominate the HR tech market

The HR technology market is robust, but consolidation and recession concerns could impact the solutions HR leaders choose.

Intel’s chief people officer on why HR leaders must master technology

As the chipmaker transforms itself, HR veteran Christy Pambianchi oversees 121,000 employees and their needs for belonging and a career path.

How HelloFresh is using people analytics to deliver fresh employee insights

'True business insight doesn't have to live in those silos,' one expert says.

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