Executives Express Anxiety, Interest About AI in HR
HR professionals are reacting to the influx of technology with anxiety and curiosity
There are some 22,000 people attending the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference, and many have questions about AI's impact on human resources (HR).
For the vendors, AI in HR products is now a fact of life. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference trade show floor is filled with vendors showing off AI-enabled tools. But some HR users are here to learn how AI will fit in their HR operations.
"It's hard for someone in my position to believe [AI] is coming as fast as it is," said Kim Ball, HR director at Davidson College, a liberal arts school in Davidson, N.C.
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