AI Summit needs to address ‘here and now’ threats, TUC says

Rishi Sunak has promised the AI Summit (1-2 November) at Bletchley Park will address future threats from AI, but workers' rights organisations have called the event a missed opportunity to face...

Rishi Sunak says AI is a ‘co-pilot’ rather than risk to jobs

In a speech yesterday (26 October) on the future of AI, prime minister Rishi Sunak said AI at work should be considered a ‘co-pilot’ rather than a risk to jobs.

Best of HR Books: October 2023

We delve into new book releases to find out what HR has been reading.

AI regulations: How can HR get ahead?

The next frontier in HR technology is AI regulation, according to John Rood, founder of compliance platform Proceptual.

Why we need a new model for HR, part five

The story (almost) concludes - HR 3.0 Part 5: systems designers and people operations.

What's new in learning and development technology for 2023

The need for engaging, personalised and remote learning is driving rapid developments in the world of learning and development (L&D). The HR editorial team rounds up the latest in AI from some of the...

Day two highlights from Unleash World 2023

Unleash World conference is back in Paris for 2023, featuring plenty of discussions around AI, skills and training and talent management.

Day one highlights from Unleash World 2023

Unleash World conference is back in Paris for 2023, featuring plenty of discussions around AI, skills and training and talent management.

Don’t ask what AI can do for you

Instead we should be asking what we can do for AI – and how we can best re-design our organisations to maximise its positive impact.

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Cover story: AI risks and hazards (Part 2)

In part two of our September/October issue's cover story, Jo Gallacher explores the risks inherent in the powerful new technology of AI.

Cover story: AI risks and hazards

AI looks set to be a game-changer for HR, but adoption is fraught with potential risks. Jo Gallacher outlines the pitfalls and assesses how organisations should proceed.

Tech may be smart, but HR can be smarter

If something was AI-generated, do you think you’d be able to tell?