Articles Tagged "Ai" (Page 6)
Microsoft Build: 5 Digital Workplace Related Announcements
Microsoft Build took place this week and, as expected, a number of announcements came out with implications for the digital workplace. Here are five of them.
Microsoft Debuts Viva Goals, Google Revisits Classic Sites Shutdown Timeline, More News
Microsoft puts Ally.io buy to work in Viva, Google pushes back Classic Sites shutdown (again), Miro overhauls its developer platform and more news.
Is It Time to Automate Your Workforce Skills Taxonomy?
A growing crop of technology providers aim to document the state of workforce skills and provide companies with what's needed going forward.
Why Regulating AI Is Going to Be a Challenge
The US government formed a high-powered committee to oversee the ethical development of AI. But regulation is going to be difficult. Here's why.
Google Unveils Digital Workplace Plans for the Coming Year at Google I/O
The Google I/O developer conference this week covered a wide range of topics, but did include new upgrades and releases for the digital workplace.
Using AI to Onboard New Recruits May Be a Bad Idea
Artificial intelligence is making inroads into recruiting and onboarding, but organizations looking to harness its benefits should proceed with caution.
Collaboration & Productivity
Visier Acquires Collaboration Analytics Specialist Yva.ai
The Vancouver, B.C.-based people analytics firm wants a deeper look at employee wellbeing and productivity.
In Talent Acquisition, the Future Holds More AI
If AI is so good at recruiting, why didn't it anticipate half of employees would leave their jobs within a year? Here's why companies are still considering it.
Mesh Secures Funding to Build 'Real-time' Performance Management Platform
The San Jose, Calif.-based company wants to take the pain out of traditional performance management processes.
Have Skills, Will Travel: Address Workplace Blind Spots Before It's Too Late
We’re seeing a 'Have Skills, Will Travel' work model emerging as part of the post-pandemic reinvention of the workplace. Businesses ignore it at their own risk.