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Recruiter News Wednesday, February 14

Recruiter News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • 6 Red Flags for Candidates Who Seem Great on Paper
    • What to look out for when the resume and the interview don’t line up:
    • eye contact, Recruiter Q&A, ambitious startup founders, key business relationships,
  • AI in HR: Surveying 4 Ways to Use Artificial Intelligence in Recruiting and Hiring
    • The question that really matters for our industry is this: In what ways can AI truly meet the needs of talent acquisition professionals?
    • talent acquisition, intelligent automation, Intelligent Screening Software, AI Recruiting Assistants, talent acquisition professionals
  • Salaries in Cryptos
    • Canadian speed skater Ted-Jan Bloemen recently became the first athlete to be paid in virtual money when he struck a one-year sponsorship deal with ONG Social, a social network and crypto community, and CEEK VR, a developer of virtual reality experiences.
    • CEEK VR, ONG Social, ONG Social network, virtual reality, one-year sponsorship deal
  • A Basic Recipe for Machine Learning
    • One of the gems that I felt needed to be written down from Ng’s deep learning courses is his general recipe to approaching a deep learning algorithm/model.
    • deep learning, high variance, data, big data,
  • 4 Tips on Establishing a Strong Culture at Your Company
    • Just because you offer awesome perks, that doesn’t mean you have an awesome culture.
    • culture, company, team members, company culture, BIA
  • Every Job Seeker Needs to Be Their Own a Hype Man
    • You have to be your own hype man during the job search – and who better to learn from than Flavor Flav?
    • Flavor Flav, job seekers, Public Enemy, Mark Anthony Dyson, hype man
  • GraphGrail Ai at the Blockchain Conference in Astana
    • GraphGrail Ai, the world’s first Artificial Intelligence platform for Blockchain built on top of Natural Language Understanding technology with the DApps marketplace, has attended the Blockchain…
    • GraphGrail Ai, Natural Language Understanding, Artificial Intelligence platform, various international speakers, Blockchain Conference
  • HPC and AI – Two Communities Same Future
    • According to Al Gara (Intel Fellow, Data Center Group), high performance computing and artificial intelligence will increasingly intertwine as we transition to an exascale future using new computing, storage, and communications technologies as well as neuromorphic and quantum computing chips. Gara observes that, “The
    • quantum computing, HPC, Gara, Intel persistent memory, high performance computing
  • AI, cloud, and IoT will drive 2018 growth, say chip makers
    • Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and the internet of things (IoT) will have bigger impacts on the revenues of chip makers in 2018, according to accounting firm KPMG’s survey of 150 semiconductor industry leaders.
    • semiconductor industry leaders, KPMG global semiconductor, cloud computing, tax reform, global semiconductor revenues
  • Spring Mobile | AT&T
    • If you are interested in working for Spring Communications, please see our open jobs and positions.
    • Spring Mobile, life-changing experiences, greatness everyday, ever-changing industry, grandparent FaceTiming
  • Their Weaknesses Become Clear When You Describe the Person to a Friend or Family Member – – I once hired a woman who seemed off and I couldnt pinpoint why.
  • They Only Focus on What Theyll Get Out of the Job – – When interviewing, weve found some otherwise qualified candidates who seemed to focus on the job as a stepping stone to something else asking about what we could do for them without sharing why they wanted to work…
  • Avoiding eye contact, holding an object in front of the body as a shield, scratching their head or face these are all signs we watch for when interviewing.
  • If you feel like something is off about someone, pay close attention to how they position themselves and look especially at their eyes.
  • When a candidate cant clearly communicate responses to our questions during the interview process, it could indicate their inability to add value to discussions.

Tags: eye contact, Recruiter Q&A, ambitious startup founders, key business relationships,

  • Well outline some pros and cons of each instance of AI, delving into how these technologies can both hurt and help talent acquisition professionals: – – Intelligent automation is a form of AI that collects data and analyzes it to yield new insights and make better decisions.
  • In the recruiting sphere, intelligent automation is often used to digest applicant information and present talent acquisition pros with the most relevant details so they can make better decisions more efficiently.
  • AI-enabled recruiting assistants automate communication with candidates, lowering the administrative time needed to interact with potential hires.
  • Certain AI tools can usevideo interviews to capture theless tangible human qualities body language,word choice, voice inflection, etc. that sometimes predict candidate fit.
  • Automating mundane talent acquisition processes and eliminating repetitive recruiting tasks is possible with the help of advanced technologies.

Tags: talent acquisition, intelligent automation, Intelligent Screening Software, AI Recruiting Assistants, talent acquisition professionals

  • Canadian speed skater Ted-Jan Bloemen recently became the first athlete to be paid in virtual money when he struck a one-year sponsorship deal with ONG Social, a social network and crypto community, and CEEK VR, a developer of virtual reality experiences.
  • The double world record-holder plans to share his Olympic journey on the ONG Social network and star in a 360 virtual reality experience on CEEK VR.
  • The Canadian is by far not the only person to be paid in cryptos as 13% of all Russian citizens involved in in cryptocurrencies get their salaries entirely in cryptos, and that makes us about 0.3% of the population.
  • Though the crypto market is still relatively new and lacks many of the traditional institutions of a civilized market, there are projects on the market that seek to indemnify or mitigate the associated risks that investors take when deciding to invest in projects.
  • The concept behind it is to support market participants by providing liquidity on exchanges and a safety cushion for retail investors by creating a platform that connects market players and develops algorithms to predict changes in the value of cryptocurrencies.

Tags: CEEK VR, ONG Social, ONG Social network, virtual reality, one-year sponsorship deal

  • A poor performance of this set (while getting a good result for training), is an indicator that our model has high variance, and is not flexible enough to process the validation set that we have.
  • However in the age of big data and deep learning, Andrew proposes that the tradeoff may just be a thing in the past.
  • With deep learning, we now have a system to fit any kind of data, by means of building a big enough network to learn about the data.
  • Its not enough to just have big data in your data lake for data scientists to do machine learningit needs to be labelled as well.
  • In fact, Im rather confident in saying that you probably dont need to apply deep learning in most of the problems faced in most of enterprises/companies/SMEs out there (unless of course, youre working in some niche fields that deals with an abundance of data such as image processing, advertising, and…

Tags: deep learning, high variance, data, big data,

  • A great company culture is what makes you speak with pride aboutyour workplace and the people with whom you work.
  • Basically, culture is about how a company treats people: employees, customers, shareholders, the public, and everyone else the company touches.
  • A companys culture is based on the values a company and its employeeshold, which are communicated through guiding principles, expectations, and goals.
  • At BIA, weve built and maintained a culture of knowledge and innovation, principles weveemphasizedfrom the start.
  • From bowling nights to Yankees games, we often do activities that include our employees family members in order to further build the sense of family throughout BIA.

Tags: culture, company, team members, company culture, BIA

  • There are several attributes job seekers should pick up from Flavsperformance as a hype man, including: – – Distinct does not mean loud or constant.
  • Your role as your own hype man is to show how your voice adds value.
  • For example, during Public Enemys performances, you heard two very distinct voices: Chuck D.s authoritative bass delivering its message like CNN for Black people,and Flavs commentary on Chuck D.s rhetoric.
  • Flavor Flav brought everything unique about himself to the stage, including his voice, energy, and message.
  • In Flavor Flavs case, his antics created a compelling experienceto deliverPublic Enemys message.

Tags: Flavor Flav, job seekers, Public Enemy, Mark Anthony Dyson, hype man

  • GraphGrail Ai at the Blockchain Conference inAstanaGraphGrail Ai, the worlds first Artificial Intelligence platform for Blockchain built on top of Natural Language Understanding technology with the DApps marketplace, has attended the Blockchain Conference in Astana on the 8th of February.The Blockchain Conference in Astana was held at the Comfort Hotel…
  • Several startups from the EWEN exchange were present at the conference along with the ealtyn.io project, having gold at the core of its framework.GraphGrail Ai attended the conference and presented its promising platform.
  • Among the notable contacts it is important to mention the Utopia project that has decided to enter into partnership with GraphGrail Ai.
  • In addition, the International Financial Center of Astana and a specialist from Almaty working on artificial intelligence development have expressed their desire to establish working relations with the project.As GraphGrail Ai continues its tour around the world, the project is set to present at various venues and establish connections with…
  • Stay tuned for more news from the project.

Tags: GraphGrail Ai, Natural Language Understanding, Artificial Intelligence platform, various international speakers, Blockchain Conference

  • According to Al Gara (Intel Fellow, Data Center Group), high performance computing and artificial intelligence will increasingly intertwine as we transition to an exascale future using new computing, storage, and communications technologies as well as neuromorphic and quantum computing chips.
  • The vision Gara presented is based on a unification of the 3 Pillars of HPC: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML); Data Analytics and Big Data; plus High Performance Computing (HPC).
  • More concretely, Intel is working towards exascale systems that are highly configurable that can support upgrades to fundamentally new technologies including scalable processors, accelerators, neural network processors, neuromorphic chips, FPGAs, Intel persistent memory, 3D NAND, and custom hardware.
  • Overall, Gara noted that HPC is truly the birthplace of many architectures … and the testing ground as HPC programmers, researchers, and domain scientists explore the architectural space map the performance landscape: – – HPC and AI scientists will have access and the ability to exploit the performance capabilities of…
  • We are now seeing the introduction of new computing, storage, and manufacturing technologies that are forcing the AI and HPC communities to rethink their traditional approaches so they can use these ever more performant, scalable, and configurable architectures.

Tags: quantum computing, HPC, Gara, Intel persistent memory, high performance computing

  • Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and the internet of things (IoT) will have bigger impacts on the revenues of chip makers in 2018, according to accounting firmKPMGs survey of 150 semiconductor industry leaders.
  • Two-thirds of the leaders cited IoT as one of the top revenue drivers, up from 56 percent in last years survey.
  • The survey also found that semiconductor leaders were more optimistic this year than last yearwhen asked about their outlook on profitability, revenue growth, capital spending, research anddevelopment spending, and workforce growth.
  • Its unlikely well see a repeat of 2017s growth rate for globalsemiconductor revenues, but 2018 should be another successful year in its own right as morethan one-quarter of the respondents expect their revenue to grow at least six percent.
  • While the survey was conducted before the passage of U.S. tax reform regulation, we are startingto see the impact of tax reform reflected in the recent earnings announcements by semiconductorcompanies, said Tim Zanni, KPMGs global and U.S. technology sector leader, in a statement.

Tags: semiconductor industry leaders, KPMG global semiconductor, cloud computing, tax reform, global semiconductor revenues

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