Recent blogposts about recruitment software and recruitment technology
How do you recognize a market leading searching and matching technology? According to Filip De Geijter, founder and CEO at Actonomy, there are four elements that make all the difference. After flexibility, transparency and accuracy, he now focuses on
It seems there are some obvious USP’s that make Actonomy’s xMP best of breed in the searching technology business. In a series of blogposts, Actonomy’s CEO Filip De Geijter explains the details of these USP’s. After his posts on flexibility,
The current Corona crisis is paralyzing our economy. Meanwhile, we seem to be looking for exit strategies enabling the fastest possible return to the ‘old normal’. This idea is outrageous. What we do need, is an entry strategy: a real
It seems there are some obvious unique properties that make Actonomy’s xMP best of breed in the searching technology business. In a series of blogposts, Actonomy’s CEO Filip De Geijter explains the details of these USP’s. After the first
Report on ‘Recruitment Agency Expo London’, February 4&5 2020 One of a kind: the yearly high mass for the British recruitment agencies Recruitment Agency Expo 2020 took place in London, February 4th and 5th. As one of the only non-British
On the use of semantic correlations in smart searching and matching technology One of the most buzzed words in machine learning today is ‘ontology’. Yet, it is a quintessential element in making automatic language understanding a success. Even more so
In the coming months, we will publish a series of blogposts on the USP’s (Unique Selling Propositions) of Actonomy’s job and candidate searching and matching technology xMP. First in the row: flexibility. At the heart of the recruitment technology
In a labor market still trying to cope with shortage, technology can be helpful in trying to get vacancies filled. Yet, we are facing a problem. Recent research has shown that recruiters are far behind when it comes to technology
On the meaning, sense and use of AI Back in 1990, Ray Kurzweil wrote about the ‘age of intelligent machines’. At that time, Artificial Intelligence was like a futuristic sci-fi concept. Today, AI is everywhere, proving Kurzweil was right. But
Actonomy was at the yearly Recruitment Tech Event 2019 in Amsterdam. Some 450 attendees enjoyed keynote speeches and got in touch with top notch providers of recruitment tools. Hot topic of the day: artificial intelligence and robots. But shouldn’t we
Filip De Geijter, CEO Actonomy, on why recruitment of the future will focus on matching skills, rather than on functions: Companies on the lookout for new talent, will typically search for people with particular job titles. Need a sales manager?
As the labor market is getting more complex, so is recruiting. While searching and matching candidates and jobs used to be easy human work, today it has become the playing field of artificial intelligence, semantic ontologies and more high end
Semantics is more than synonyms and certainly more than a Boolean search on the different parts of a ‘concept’!
Many solutions are called semantic search engines when synonyms are used while searching. It is clear that systems should search for 'software developer' and 'programmer' and many more .... but that is only one aspect of semantic search! Software
REC+ in Barcelona this year has come to an end (almost)…. Although it was the first time that I attended the conference, I found it great, very well organized, informative and lots of networking opportunities. What did I learn? Jobboards
Some do not agree that a candidate pool or a CV database is an asset because all candidates can be found on the internet, on LinkedIN or on social media in general – at least that is what these people
Visiting the Recruitment Agency Expo in London? These are the reasons why you should stop at the Actonomy booth D7 : If you are concerned about automation of your recruitment process and getting faster a selection of good candidates. Actonomy’s
Actonomy’s ontology now compliant with ISCO/ESCO! Actonomy’s HR-ontology is the core component behind the xMP Semantic Mind and the xMP Data Services. It covers well over 500.000 HR related concepts all classified as job titles, skills and many other categories.
Sometimes, an easy and simple overview will tell you more than extended white papers..... We all know the theory behind semantic technology - we all know that semantics really understand what you are looking for and in what context....