AI guaranteed to go wrong, says MP

AI is guaranteed to go wrong and has potentially devastating effects on the workforce, according to Conservative MP David Davis.

What is deep talent? And what does HR need know about it?

The concept of deep talent is based on a form of artificial intelligence (AI) called deep learning.

Hot topic: HR’s role when an employee faces scrutiny on social media, part two

Social media has given people unprecedented power to campaign against whatever they disagree with.

Hot topic: HR’s role when an employee faces scrutiny on social media, part one

Social media has given people unprecedented power to campaign against whatever they disagree with.

HR and AI: How can HR use AI effectively and ethically?

The government published a whitepaper on Wednesday (29 March) which promised to regulate artificial intelligence (AI).

A postcard from Miami: HR trends across the Pond

Catching up with US colleagues for the first time since the pandemic has given me a great chance to explore the similarities and differences of our post-pandemic talent pictures.

Skills for the future: How tech can help solve the skills conundrum 

Aside from computer-generated poetry and a ‘code red’ on AI development at Google, the release of ChatGPT opened fresh dialogue about the threat that ‘robots’ will take all our jobs.

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HR struggling to get grip on data amid workforce challenges

UK organisations are struggling to get a grip on people data despite significant workforce challenges, the CIPD has warned.

Outcry after British Airways tightens grip on social media

British Airways (BA) has issued a new social media policy that staff have claimed will see them punished for sharing their work.

How to get shadow payroll right 

The global mobility landscape has changed dramatically over the last four years. Following a period where technology-enabled remote working became the norm, everything looks very different for global...

Government to boost careers advice in schools

The government has announced a new careers programme for primary schools in disadvantaged areas that seeks to strengthen the link between employers and future candidates.

Renaming Christmas parties could create more division than inclusion

Civil servants in the UK have been urged to rename Christmas parties 'festive celebrations' so as not to exclude employees of different faiths at end of year gatherings.