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Webinar: Active Sourcing and the role of Semantic Technology
11 April 2013 • Categories: Textkernel, Webinar
On 24th April, Textkernel is organising its second session in a series of webinars on Semantic Recruitment Technology (in English). This webinar will focus on the concept of active sourcing.
Recruitment is changing. Companies are more often taking an active role in recruiting. The time of posting an ad and waiting for response (post and pray) is over. While actively searching for talent used to be restricted to the so-called boolean black belts, semantic technology has made this accessible to the general public.
In the webinar ‘Active Sourcing and the role of Semantic Technology‘, Jakub Zavrel, CEO of Textkernel, will explain how semantic technology can stimulate active sourcing of candidates.
What are the bottlenecks of active sourcing and how can technology eliminate these?
Will semantic technology (eventually) be able to do this better than humans?
Jakub will take a look at the concept of active sourcing, the road that semantic technology is taking in this subject and the part Textkernel is playing with its semantic search tool ‘Search!‘. You will also get to see some cool new product features that are coming up in the new Search! 2.1 release.
This webinar took place already. View below the recording: