Webinar Recap: AI and Recruiting: 5 Factors You Must Know

AI and Recruiting

Webinar Recap: AI and Recruiting: 5 Factors You Must Know

23:59 07 November in Analytics, Articles, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Best Practices, Business, HR Technology, Human Business, Human Resources, Innovation, Jobs, Metrics, Recruiting, SmartPractices, Staffing, Technology, Webinars, Workforce, Workplace

On November 7, 2019, Meghan M. Biro, CEO, TalentCulture lead a SmartSearch SmartPractices webinar that addressed the growing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) and how it is impacting talent acquisition and staffing.

According to a McKinsey Global Institute research report, “AI could deliver $13 trillion in annual global productivity gains by 2030.” This gain will change the way many organizations conduct business and especially how they hire strategically to fill roles with individuals who are on board with AI as a constant fixture in the organization’s business.

AI delivers “scrubbed” data that is more easily consumable and efficient; however, the end-users will need to learn how to interact and partner with AI to achieve successful results. Artificial intelligence will eliminate mundane and tedious tasks allowing recruiters to focus on the practices of interviewing and hiring. AI is not a replacement for the human experience, but rather an accompaniment or assistant supporting the end-user.

To learn more about this timely topic and access the webinar recording, click here.


SmartSearch is the proud sponsor of SmartPractices webinars in our series of best practices webinars for the HR, recruiting, and staffing communities.


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Sylvia Dahlby


Sylvia Dahlby is a Business Development Manager at SmartSearch, an innovative recruiting business software platform. Sylvia has worked in the recruitment advertising & technology industry since 1978, and has worked remotely from home since 1990. She currently resides in Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii. She's an active member of SHRM Hawaii, Social Media Club Hawaii, Hilo Woman's Club, and volunteer at Kipaipai School of Art.

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