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HR Happy Hour 391 - The State of Artificial Intelligence for HR

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HR Happy Hour 391 - The State of Artificial Intelligence for HR

Hosts: Steve Boese, Karen Hunter

Guest: Jeanne Meister, Future Workplace

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This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Jeanne Meister of Future Workplace to talk about the state of AI technology in HR, how HR leaders can best prepare themselves and their organizations for the adoption of AI technologies in the workplace, the barriers and challenges HR leaders may face with the introduction and adoption of AI tool, and where the future lies for the continued application and expansion of AI tech in HR. Additionally, Jeanne shared some details about the “Using AI for HR” course that is a great resource for HR leaders looking to begin working with and understanding AI in the workplace.

This was a fun show, thanks Jeanne for joining us.

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