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Artificial intelligence in recruitment: possibilities and limitations

While AI itself isn’t new, the proliferation of it is. That’s because developing AI technology is now cheaper, more pervasive and more democratic than ever. It’s also supported by other technology innovations such as smart phones, IoT and cloud computing, which have exploded in popularity over the last decade or so. These ubiquitous building blocks enable rapid development, testing and iteration of new features today that seemed like science fiction only a few years ago.

AI might be overhyped with futuristic depictions of robots but even still, recruitment companies haven’t harnessed AI enough. Adoption levels are still low in the industry, even though it can significantly enhance the quality, scale and velocity of your recruitment process, without replacing human recruiters.

Norman Broadbent plc (LON:NBB) is a leading Professional Services firm offering five interrelated Talent Acquisition & Advisory Services: Board & Leadership/Executive Search, Senior Interim Management, Research & Insight, Leadership Consulting & Assessment, and executive level Recruitment Solutions.

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