Technology within recruitment has an increasingly big impact on how recruitment is done now and in the near future.
Machines are superior. Except that they're not.
Most recruitment decisions are still human-based. Some tasks, calculations, and small decisions are outsourced to machines.
But, the human/machine decision distribution in recruitment is shifting.
Finding candidates for example is increasingly being filtered by algorithms.
Some algorithms do good, some do not.
The upcoming decades will prove its further impact.
The good news, our human brain is still very much unprecedented.
To balance the collaboration of men and machine, we should look critically at how machine is supporting human.
And what is the impact of machine on candidates and how they present themselves?
🧠 you could get a sneak peek inside a candidate’s brain?
🔮 you would be meeting candidate holograms?
🦾 candidates would offer robotized versions of themselves?
Does it scare you, excite you, or doesn't impress you?
A fruitful thought exercise.
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