Artificial Intelligence, as one of the corner stones of his theories and views, has come from nowhere to almost everywhere in almost no time. Smart chips are even entering our bodies (like in the case of some diabetes treatments), Artificial Intelligence is making its entrance in more and more applications.
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.
In the current economic climate, seasoned with labor shortage and volatile career movements, it is essential to be fast and smart when recruiting talent. An important element to consider when switching to skill searching, is how to measure skills in candidates and their résumés.
Over the last few decades, the world of work has evolved drastically. People change jobs, move to different places, switch between employment and self-employment, and want to combine their work with their private lives. Welcome to the war for talent.
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!
At Actonomy we believe in the value of candidate pools, the value of CV databases. Typically build over time by adding new applicants, new candidates that were added as the result of job marketing campaigns.
Actonomy’s HR-ontology is the core component behind the xMP Semantic Mind and the xMP Data Services. It does not only allow to retrieve e.g. job titles but also to provide relations between job titles and skills.