[Webinar] Robots in Recruiting: The Implications of AI on Talent Acquisition
Robots in Recruiting
The Implications of A.I. on Talent Acquisition
Before We Begin…
• All phones are muted – if you have a question, please type
it in the chat box on the right and Allan will answer them
at the end of the presentation
• Everyone will receive a copy of the slide deck and
recording as follow-up
• Attendees will be eligible to receive 1 HRCI and 1 SHRM
PDC for continued education
• Recognized expert in human capital
• Founder of TMLU, Inc.
• Author of Talent Management Systems &
Talent Management Technologies
• Published extensive articles dozens of popular
media and industry-leading publications
• Recognized as among the “100 Most Influential
People in HR and Talent Management”
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Robots in Recruiting: The Implications of
A.I. on Talent Acquisition
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1. A.I Today & Tomorrow
2. The Implications of A.I. for Recruiting
3. Summary & How to Get Started Using A.I.
In your opinion, will artificial intelligence (A.I.) surpass human intelligence?
• No, never.
• Yes, it already has.
• Yes, but it will take another 50+ years.
• Yes, but it will take at least 30 years.
• Yes, but it will take at least 10 years.
How A.I. is Effecting the World Today
The Singularity is a Certainty
- Ray Kurzweil
Group Director of
Engineering at Google
First Ten Moves
Programmatic Advertising – Now in Jobs
Person clicks on a
The system puts your “impression”
up for auction. Along with
everything it knows about you
An automated auction takes
place (who wants your
attention the most?)
The “impression” goes to the
The ad is deliveredThe person clicks on the ad
and purchases the item
Helps Find the Right Candidate – Wherever They Are
Get Better Applicants for Less Cost, Time, & Effort
Only pay for job ads once
someone applies (not clicks).
Use ‘rules’ to focus your
budget on hard-to-fill jobs.
results with analytics.
Enables Pay-Per-Applicant Automate Job Ad Buying Manage and Measure Results
Reach Passive Talent…
… oftentimes before a
candidate even knows
they would look
into/accept a new
AI-based Games Measure Candidates’ Skills
• Games like Dash Dash,
Bomba Blitz & Meta Maze
serve to assess candidates
• Organizations like The US
Army, X, and more are
beginning to use AI-based
games as part of screening
Do you think AI will positively impact the role of a recruiter?
• No, never.
• I’m not sure.
• In some ways.
• Yes, AI will make recruiters better.
• Yes, AI is already making recruiters better and will continue to do so.
Will we all be forced to bow to our robot overlords?
Or will we figure out how to AI can make us better?
Will a robot take your job or make you better at it?
The consensus is ….
Human resource managers and
directors, recruiters, and talent
acquisition roles - those
requiring emotional intelligence
– are unlikely to be taken over
• A.I. is already pervasive, you use it and likely benefit from it every day. It will
augment and improve recruiting but not eliminate tech savvy recruiters.
• Savvy recruiters learn about and embrace technology that lowers costs, improves
time-to-hire and produces better outcomes – including quality-of-applicant, and,
1. Leverage A.I., especially in sourcing and early screening.
2. Learn about and use existing and emerging A.I. that powers highly-
targeted, one-to-one sourcing.
3. Explore programmatic for better job advertising.
4. Understand and deploy A.I. tools that improve the candidate experience.
5. Learn what’s coming, become an early-adopter or fast-follower as
appropriate. Don’t wait for powerful tools to become mainstream.
6. Seize the advantage for yourself and your firm as soon as possible.
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