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Tech won’t take over HR just yet

The technology terms ‘machine learning’, ‘Artificial Intelligence (AI)’, ‘Big Data’ and ‘robotics’ are being thrown around with increasing ease these days. We’ve become very comfortable with these technologies, mainly because they are impacting every aspect of life and business. Markets have shifted, and companies are continually looking for ways to digitalise and stay ahead of the curve.

For businesses, the most obvious impact is operational, as technology is leveraged to streamline and automate the working environment. However, technology is also playing a big part in the Human Resources (HR) space through the likes of mobile applications, chatbots, predictive analytics and even automation.

When Technology Becomes Disruptive, Transformation Takes Place

Technology is not just a mere word; it’s a power and a tool that defines the actions of different communities. When technology becomes disruptive, it further strengthens itself to transform the way digital consumers have been marking their day to day activities so far. Such technologies simply challenge the existing technologies and drive the success of businesses globally.

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