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Recruiting with AI: Boost Diversity & Productivity

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General Assembly San Francisco

225 Bush Street

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San Francisco, CA 94104

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According to Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends survey, 81% of respondents named talent acquisition the most important or second most important challenge. Technological advances such as Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are quickly changing the recruiting landscape.

In partnership with Uncommon.co, we'll be hosting a discussion about how to incorporate AI into your recruiting process and what the future holds for HR professionals.

Key Takeaways:

  • The honest truth about AI recruiting… risks and opportunities
  • The recruiter’s role in the age of AI
  • What can machines tell about people that people can’t?

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Amir Ashkenazi is a three-time entrepreneur that pioneered comparison shopping, programmatic advertising and now AI recruiting, and is responsible for over $1 billion of value created.

In 2015, Amir started his latest venture, Uncommon, with a mission to eliminate the inefficiency and bias from the recruiting process. Uncommon launched the world’s first fully automated recruiting service. Fast, easy-to-use, and powered by artificial intelligence, Uncommon helps companies outsmart the competition for talent.

In 2007, Amir introduced efficiency to TV and video advertising with Adap.tv, the first unified programmatic platform for media planning and buying. Adap.tv was named by Inc Magazine as one of the fastest-growing companies in the US in 2012 and the fastest growing private company in Silicon Valley by the San Jose Business Journal in 2013. Amir led Adap.tv as a CEO from inception to the $405M acquisition by AOL in 2013.

In 1997, Amir founded Shopping.com, the leading comparison shopping service that empowered consumers to make informed decisions. The company underwent an initial public offering in 2004 and was subsequently acquired by eBay for $638M.


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