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What lies ahead in HR tech space

DNMUM404591 | 1/4/2018 | Author : Arun Krishnan | WC :563

THE LOOKING GLASS

It’s that time of the year when everyone is making predictions about, well, pretty much everything. In the HR Tech space, there are articles galore about the new technological innovations that will take the world (or at least the HR world) by storm.
Words like artificial intelligence (AI), chatbots and machine learning are bandied about with much abandon. A look at similar articles from the previous years though would seem to suggest that such themes have been around for a while. Sometimes, just the nomenclature and the names change but ground realities seem to be different.
Or are they? It is my firm belief that any and all technology will be taken up only when it is seen to be useful; when it can make someone’s job easi
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