HR needs to put proper foundations in place first before implementing to AI.
“We’ve gone from the mainframe to DOS to Windows to client- server to web,” says Jason Averbrook, Principal of LeadGen. In five generations of technology, I’ve been really doing the same things, only on a new piece of technology. This [AI] isn’t that. This is not doing the same thing on a new piece of technology. This is actually changing the way work is done and doing things completely differently.”
HR must step up to the mark with digitization and AI by:
>> Constructing solid data sets
>> Creating a great user experience
>> Shifting focus from automation to digitalization which changes the work experience
“The danger is that HR will be caught napping when the executive team comes knocking and wants to know what HR’s plans are for this new way of working,” concludes Averbrook.Source: https://diginomica.com/2018/02/26/ready-hr-ai/