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The Future Is Now, How APIs and Machine Learning Can Change Talent Acquisition

Earlier this week in San Francisco, Jibe participated in a Google press event and the launch of new machine learning APIs for the Google Cloud Platform. Specifically for enterprise HR, Google announced its Google Cloud Jobs API which understands which of a company’s jobs best match a jobseeker’s preference. For talent acquisition leaders machine learning […]

Ivan Casanova

What 5 Leaders Think about Automation and the Jobs Market

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Will a robot take your job? That question used to be laughable unless you worked in manufacturing. Automation in factories has spurred economic growth and replaced workers for centuries. But Luddite claims of widespread unemployment typically rang hollow. But our technological progress is shifting from machines that replace manual labor, to machines that replace brain […]

Emily Smykal

Are Recruiters’ Jobs Safe From Automation?

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Losing jobs to technology has long been a concern within the job market. But as talent acquisition teams adopt new software and tech tools, should recruiters worry about their own positions? Search engine optimized career sites, job alerts and mobile applications, LinkedIn connections, employer review sites–job seekers didn’t used to have these tools at their […]

Emily Smykal

Recruiting Talent in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics have been garnering lots of attention lately. Although there have been exciting advancements to this category of technology, that’s not what the everyday person seems to care about. Mainstream media has picked up on this idea that “robots will soon take our jobs,” and as a result newsfeeds have never […]

Mike Roberts

What Tesla’s Doing About the Skills Gap (and Notes You Should Take)

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For years we’ve heard what sounded almost like Science Fiction stories about Tesla Motor’s new $5 billion Gigafactory, but it wasn’t until recently that those stories actually materialized into construction plans. Underway in Reno, the world leader in electric car production’s lithium ion battery factory is expected to be completed by 2020 and employ around […]

Mike Roberts

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