RL100 conference: It's an AI world

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Recruiters need to understand the new landscape of AI and machine learning.

The advent of AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning in recruitment will mean big changes for the recruitment function and for the jobs of recruiters, according to some of the UK’s most influential resourcing leaders. The effects of AI and machine learning on the profession was a key theme of the RL100 conference held in Whitstable, Kent in May.

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