Lately the buzz word in the recruiting industry has been “artificial intelligence”. Are we at risk of losing our jobs? Will recruiters be replaced by chat bots?
I do think AI can help with sourcing and speeding up certain processes, but it can’t replace empathy, rapport, gathering requirements, handling objections, closing, obligation and social proof….just to name a few. I mean, can a robot really convince someone to work for you if they have never had the chance to meet you?
AI will never replace a handshake.
What are your thoughts on AI and the future of recruiting and candidate experience? Would you leave your current role after speaking to a robot?