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  • Hays harnesses AI to lure the best job candidates
  • Hays harnesses AI to lure the best job candidates
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Hays harnesses AI to lure the best job candidates

LinkedIn’s partnership with recruitment agency Hays will see user data fed into new AI projects aimed at predicting when a person will be receptive to a new job offer. As data personalisation disrupts recruitment, ethical concerns complicate the run-up to this next tech tipping point.

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