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Future of Talent Institute Weekly - Issue #2

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Future of Talent Institute Weekly

March 6 · Issue #2 · View online
Weekly Trends and Ideas that Make a Difference

Hand curated articles, videos, podcasts, and other media on the future of work, talent, recruitment, and learning. If you find this useful please recommend it to others by posting on Twitter. If you have suggestions for articles, videos, or other sources, please let me know. You can always reach me at kwheeler@futureoftalent.org

Introduction
This issue presents articles and videos on A.I., algorithms and recruiting. In the final section are links to two podcasts: one a chat with Dart Lindsley at Google on Designing Fulfilling Work and the other is a podcast I did recently on Talent Recruitment.
Algorithms, Bias, Recruiting
More and more of the tools recruiters use have some level of A.I. and machine learning in their inner works and almost all rely to some degree on algorithms - those formula-like rules that recommend, match, and assess candidates. Many of the algorithms reflect the biases of their coders. But what makes them particularly problematic is that the data they use and how they use it is not transparent. This is caused by two factors; one is the need to keep the algorithm private to prevent competitors using it and, two, because they are often so complex that even the coder does not fully understand how they make recommendations. These articles explore some of the issues around algorithms and attempts to make them more open..
To Build Trust In Artificial Intelligence, IBM Wants Developers To Prove Their Algorithms Are Fair
Guide to the Social Age 2019: Algorithmic Wars | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog
Watchdogs are getting creative to expose hidden algorithms
Cognitive Biases and the Human Brain - The Atlantic
Some Books I Recommend
Hello World: Being Human in the Age of Algorithms: 9780393634990: Computer Science Books @ Amazon.com
21 Lessons for the 21st Century: Yuval Noah Harari: 9780525512172: Amazon.com: Books
Yuvai Noah Harari, the author of the Homo Deus, has written a fascinating book focused on the future.
Superminds: The Surprising Power of People and Computers Thinking Together: Thomas W. Malone: 9780316349130: Amazon.com: Books
Tom has written a book detailing years of research into what makes teams work and work well. Powerful insights backed with data.
Designing Work & Some Thoughts on A.I. & Recruiting
Episode 15: Dart Lindsley on Designing Fulfilling Work
Episode 17: Kevin Wheeler on Talent Recruitment
Jeff Saperstein, an expert coach, and Hunter Hastings also host many other relevant podcasts.
Interconnected Individuals – Seizing Opportunity In The Era of AI, Platforms, Apps, and Global Exchanges
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