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Wouldn’t it be great if you could hire a coach for your every employee? Until now, it’s been too expensive to hire human coaches, and software hasn’t evolved enough or been flexible enough to give the kind of customized training and coaching that an individual employee needs.
However the good news is that the kind of machine-learning algorithms that make product, movie or restaurant recommendations will soon be available to customize training for individual employee. Imagine the level of efficiency it will kick into our workforce and make them more competitive in the talent market!
The key theme in most recent applications of artificial intelligence in HR is that it learns from experience. Once you give these programs a goal, they will experiment on their own and find the best ways to accomplish that goal. Indeed, compared to traditional software, such algorithms will also learn from user interactions. “So the more the areas of human resources where you can implement such software, the more you can build a learning organization that automatically improves year over year,” writes Rob May in The Future of AI in HR in recruiter.com.