Empowering HR Management with AI.

Human centric innovative approach and training for the management of human resources through the integration of the next generation of AI technologies.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Until recently, the primary benefits of HR technology were to improve efficiency and drive cost-savings by automating repetitive tasks.

Today, smarter technologies are enabling HR teams to solve critical business challenges and drive exponential performance improvements.

AI is fueling HR’s transition from administrative to strategic to mission critical.

Human Resources (HR)

Artificial intelligence will positively shape the field of human resources management in the coming years, and HR professionals should also be aware of the challenges that they might face.

Among the numerous applications of AI in the human resources sector, some of the first changes HR professionals should expect to see involve recruitment and onboarding, employee experience, process improvement, and the automation of administrative tasks.

Data Mining

Data Mining is the process of discovering patterns in large data sets involving methods at the intersection of machine learning, statistics and database systems.

The difference between data analysis and data mining is that data analysis is to summarise the history such as analysing the effectiveness of a marketing campaign, in contrast, data mining focuses on using specific machine learning and statistical models to predict the future and discover the patterns among data.

Sustainability and Ethics

AI technologies have manifold impacts on labour, organisations and society. In order to use AI in a responsible way, this module provides a toolkit for critical assessment. It introduces a number of biases of AI systems and their data infrastructures and gives insights into key ethical issues.

It works out central impacts of AI on work and collaboration within companies and addresses potential forms of inequality and discrimination. The toolkit also points at legal and policy issues and summarises aspects that could make AI a more open and democratic technology in the future.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

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