Artificial Intelligence (AI) is surely going to be the next step for high-growth companies, and no expert can win an argument about its ability, effectiveness, and scale. The subject ‘AI’ in Human Resources brings out a wild excitement and dread at the same time. Excitement to attain a huge succession, and dread about the potential ‘dehumanization’ of AI. In this piece of article we have discussed about the new advancements and developments on how AI will make HR more human.

 As Artificial Intelligence has achieved an ability to perform more likely as a human and grasping positive results in tasks, the business leaders are pushing themselves forward to comprehend what AI means, and how helpful it would be from any angle, not just for organizations but for people as well. Until recently, maximum technology built hold a specific routine applications. It still needed human efforts to break down complex processes into smaller tasks, optimize the process each step of the way, and choose how these tasks would be automated. AI is different because it can evaluate, act, learn from its actions, and select without human intervention.

What is the Human Future of AI in HR?

AI is one of the most potential topic to discuss in the industry. From conferences to newspaper headlines, and public debate, AI is taking place in every possible technological discussion. Being one of the most powerful technology, AI still can’t replace any HR professionals, or run HR department without human efforts. However, it will help professionals to perform more efficient, even better at their jobs. It can be anticipated that a few low-position executives might be eliminated in the coming years, as these jobs did not add a lot of business value in the first place.

“It may also take some time for universities, companies, and the job market to catch up to the current state of tech. Though computers were invented in the 1950s, it took decades for them to hit the mainstream market. However, technology adoption and adaptation tend to speed up as time goes on. AI adoption is happening even faster. We already have personal assistants in our phones and houses that play music, make and check our appointments, and call or send messages. Self-driving cars are already in the works.

“Each day, more companies adopt and create new AI systems to make our lives easier and more efficient. The hiring and recruiting systems being created and used today will help great people find jobs where they can excel, no matter who they are or where they come from. If we’re strategic going forward, we could create hiring processes that improve not only businesses but people’s lives as well.”