Intelligent Machines and the Future of Recruitment
The impact of AI, Big Data and semantic technologies on the labour market, talent acquisition and the way we work.
The rise of machine learning, search engines, semantic technologies and the large amounts of available information are changing the labour market as we know it now. What is the state-of-the-art in these technologies and what can we expect in the near future? How will we use it to define policies? How will it change the way we hire and how we work? And how will it influence employment itself?
To celebrate its 15th anniversary, semantic recruitment technology specialist Textkernel is organising a one-day international conference on Intelligent Machines and the Future of Recruitment. It will take place on the 2nd of June 2016 at the Beurs van Berlage in the heart of Amsterdam.
With speakers such as Glen Cathey (Kforce), Federico Pistono (Author), Prof. Dr. Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam), Ton Sluiter (USG People), Balazs Paroczay (Randstad Sourceright), Prof. Dr. Armin Trost (Furtwangen University), Perry Timms (PTHR), Bill Boorman (Founder of #tru conferences) and Reynald Chapuis (Pôle Emploi), the conference will explore the impact of rapidly evolving machine intelligence on the future of people and jobs.
Download the conference programme below.
The conference is aimed at decision-makers, researchers and analysts involved in AI technology, recruiting, talent management, and labour-market analysis.
This event already took place. To find out about the day, read the article Looking back at Intelligent Machines and the Future of Recruitment.