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Technology is not dehumanising the F&B industry. It’s doing the opposite

There is a common fear amongst employees in service industries like food & beverage that the increased effort for automation through machines will ultimately replace workers and dehumanize what is usually deemed a “people-focused” industry.

The fear stems largely from operational and logistical automation, where we are increasingly seeing robots take over responsibilities like optimizing production rate in a food factory, quality assurance checks and even customer-facing service roles.

A.I. vs H.I. – Artificial Intelligence & Human Intelligence in Recruiting

The recent HCI conference did not disappoint and offered us all a lot of really interesting take aways on where Talent Acquisition is, or may be, heading. Important and timely topics such as employer branding technologies, candidate and employee engagement, and the next horizon for performance analytics were all in focus – as expected.

Digital transformation lessons from the trenches... by Maarten Ectors

Here are some lessons for anybody wanting to do digital transformation based on positive experiences:

Differentiate between digital and innovation

Digital teams do sprints, have product owners & scrum masters, use Cloud Computing, AI, continuous deployment, etc. Innovation teams do the same. However very few companies have both and make sure they compete and collaborate at the same time.

Is Automation Accelerating The Transformation Of Talent Acquisition

Following our 2019 UK Start-Up of the year win – EVA.ai team attended  Unleash America, which was on May 14-15 in Las Vegas. This year’s theme was “The Bridge Between Work and Technology” – although Unleash is focused on HR tech, the conference also features wide review and discussions on key trends and issues at the forefront of the industry. This year's focus was on data privacy and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation which is being reviewed by the US Congress as a potential template for a renewed effort on protecting people’s data.

Using AI in Recruitment in 2019

Emerging technologies are changing the way companies recruit. One of the rising offerings is artificial intelligence (AI), which can level the playing field for candidates. Top recruiters predict AI will eliminate the unfair advantage of a fancy resume or pedigree for candidates. Instead, applicants will need to rely on different abilities to stand out in processes using AI.

Machine Learning - The brain of Digital Transformation by Sandeep Raut

We are all familiar with machine learning in our everyday lives. Both Amazon and Netflix use machine learning to learn our preferences and provide better shopping and movie experience.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has stormed the world today. It is an umbrella term that includes multiple technologies, such as machine learning, deep learning, and computer vision, natural language processing (NLP), machine reasoning, and strong AI.

Strategic Talent Acquisition in the Digital Age: An HRD's Perspective

The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Strategic Talent Acquisition in the Digital Age: An HRD's Perspective’ in partnership with VONQ. VONQ offers smart recruitment marketing solutions to help recruiters target the right talent.

 

The conversation was varied, touching on a wide variety of points around the following questions:

  1. What is strategic Talent Acquisition in a digital age and how is it different?

The Changing Face of HR

The sleek and smart setting at the Haymarket Hotel was the perfect compliment to a night of thought leadership and industry defining conversation, led by HR executives from a fantastic variety of industries and backgrounds.

The agenda focused on:

  • The shift from HR to People

  • HR Automation & AI

  • Employee Engagement

  • The People Experience