A web search on “AI in HR” reveals a mind-boggling array of possibilities.
For example, AI can choose candidate sources, predict candidate performance, offer coaching and learning, and even suggest employee pay levels. Yet, a recent IBM survey suggests that only 66% of CEOs believe cognitive computing can drive significant value in HR, and only 50% of HR executives recognize that cognitive computing has the power to transform key dimensions of HR.
Are these leaders missing the point? Or, are they reserving judgment, because the reality of AI in HR will be more complex?