ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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September 17, 2020
AI is increasingly being incorporated into our Talent and Payroll Management solutions, with the purpose of supporting the capability to analyse and manage employee data in organizations.
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August 16, 2019
It is likely that the most demanded profiles in the coming years are not people who interact with machines (computers, automated systems, etc.), but people who interact with other people.
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July 11, 2019
The new business models we see today and here to stay challenge us to create new ways of working in companies. Is your organization ready to manage these?
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April 17, 2019
If you are a physical therapist, automotive mechanic supervisor, journalist or photographer, you have no reason to worry. However, if you are a taxi driver, accountant or cargo agent, it is time to think about changing your profession.
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March 14, 2019
In a fairly constrained environment, an AI-based system can make accurate decisions. The rest of a supervisor’s activities are trivial for the system. Certainly, a boss of this kind does not bring about a high degree of bonding on a personal level, but how many human supervisors do?
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February 14, 2019
How much do big companies know about you through your Internet searches? How are you going to use that information? Large volumes of data processing through Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly entrenched in our lives
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January 31, 2019
1. Want To Prepare For Jobs Of The Future? Join The Hybrid Revolution. “While single-role jobs can be automated, hybrid work can only be done by people. Software can analyze data, but we need people to interpret the analysis, apply it, and make sure it’s ethical and valid”.
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January 24, 2019
There is broad consensus on the impact of digital disruption on the labour market. The model on which we have designed our lives and our professional careers over the last decades no longer seems sustainable. In developed countries, a common paradigm for this model was defined through the following parameters: