This is the first of 3 posts on "AI & the self-driving resume" There's lots of speculation these days about how robots and artificial intelligence (AI)* might further transform the way we work or drive a new industrial age - along the way maybe even taking our jobs - but not so much on how such … Continue reading AI & the self-driving resume: 1. The future of the job market
In his LinkedIn article "Why the future of work is a National emergency," Michael Spencer outlines what he sees as the threat of automation (which increasingly involves artificial intelligence - AI) for employment, and the ramifications of this in the economy. Here's an alternative view. First and most important is to disaggregate "work" on the … Continue reading [LI] AI & the future of work, jobs, income & wealth
Below are four separate items (not articles) posted to LinkedIn in mid to late March 2017. They each consist of a link plus a brief discussion. The general theme is how automation under the name “artificial intelligence” (AI) is being applied to recruiting/hiring processes, and now to job sites, but not yet to job seeking/application … Continue reading [LI] CVs & cover letters need automation; job sites do AI
Not long ago I passed on resumes of two professionals - who happen to be green card holding refugees - to a recruiter I know and got the courteous standard response about their credentials being circulated and held on file for possible future openings. This and a couple of items seen recently about what it … Continue reading [LI] What if your resume “kept on file” didn’t just sit there?
Below are 15 separate items (not articles) posted to LinkedIn between December 2015 and December 2016 .They each consist of thought or a link plus a brief discussion. These relate to various aspects of advanced technology - what goes under the name "artificial intelligence (AI) - data, and the job market. An underlying concern in … Continue reading [LI] Questions re AI, data, & jobs
Below are three separate items (not articles) posted to LinkedIn on 1-2 March 2017. They each consist of a link plus a brief discussion. The general theme is how automation under the name "artificial intelligence" (AI) is being applied to recruiting/hiring processes, but not yet to job seeking/application processes: "Send in the Robots: The Good … Continue reading [LI] AI, recruiting & job seeking
With the previous post I introduced two new categories to this blog, both of which represent interests, experience, and areas for exploration (although not necessarily formal expertise): habitat & community - brings the dimension of built environment and how we live in it more explicitly into the set of "multidisciplinary perspectives;" it facilitates discussing the … Continue reading New categories