Over-reliance on AI may devalue human input and compassionate decision-making. Ongoing monitoring and auditing of AI systems are imperative to identify and rectify any ethical concerns that may arise, promoting responsible and ethical AI usage in HR.
Artificial Intelligence & Human Resources
As technology is likely to make many roles redundant, the biggest question HR professionals and leaders will be asking themselves about how technology can be leveraged to enhance rather than eliminate their roles.
AI is rapidly reshaping the landscape of HR functions, creating a future of work that promises increased efficiency, improved decision-making, and enhanced employee experiences.
Embracing tech-oriented HR practices leads to significant cost savings, higher talent attraction, and ultimately fuels an organisation's growth and success in a rapidly evolving world.
How to reskill, upskill employees in the changing business dynamics has been continued as one of KRA for all managers and leaders. People need to adapt fast to changing technology as employers are ready to invest on up-skilling.
Relying solely on tools and technology could pose real problems. Confidentiality and security could also be compromised. More and more people are wary of sharing their personal information if they know it is being digitally fed into a system.