Artificial Intelligence

AI isn’t taking our jobs - but it is changing how we recruit

Job seekers attend a job fair at Tianjin University November 22, 2013. According to local media, more than 6,000 people rushed to the job fair on Friday for openings from 300 companies against the backdrop that a decrease is expected in available positions for fresh graduates in the China job market in 2014

The scare stories about robots taking our jobs might not be true, but AI is changing the way we hire people. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Brian Peccarelli
Chief Operating Officer, Customer Markets, Thomson Reuters
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