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Unconscious bias tends to be entrenched, so could artificial intelligence make it less widespread?imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock

Artificial intelligence: Could an algorithm rid us of unconscious bias?

Unconscious bias can stop us making the best recruitment and progression decisions at work, but what if some or all...

Baroness Martha Lane Fox believes getting up to speed with technology is key to success for HR professionals

CIPD 2017: What you might have missed in Manchester

Enjoying working with people is no longer a good enough reason to be in HR, according to Peter Cheese, CEO...

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What employers can do to stop cyber bullying at work

Anti-Bullying Week is a timely reminder for employers to look at the growing risk of cyber bullying at work. David...

Some processes will be automated through tools such as chat-bots, but workers must be able to work collaboratively

EY Global Assurance: How automation changes the way we hire and train people

Research suggests thousands of jobs could be lost to automation in the not too distant future. But EY Global Assurance...

Arianna Huffington explores the importance of setting boundaries with technology at HR Tech World in Amsterdam

HR Tech World Amsterdam: Data and digital detox top the agenda

Last week’s HR Tech World conference in Amsterdam unveiled some of the latest thinking on HR technology trends, but keynote...

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Workplace by Facebook: How collaboration platforms are changing the way we work

It’s been a year since social media giant Facebook launched its first foray into workplace communication. Ajai Sehgal shares how...

Transport for London collect their award for Excellence in HR through Technology in 2016

Personnel Today Awards 2017: Award for excellence in HR through technology

With digital transformation high on the agenda, one of the most hotly contested categories in the Personnel Today Awards is...

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