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Human resources professionals searching for guidance on managing artificial intelligence should pay attention to the Biden administration’s Oct. 30 executive order that seeks to manage the risks of AI and reap its benefits.

Not to be outdone by its Big Tech rivals, Amazon announced its own AI-powered workplace assistant.

Generative AI large language models (LLMs) like GPT-4 and Bard have astonishing capabilities. But they also present potential risks—perhaps ones we haven’t even conceived of yet—which has led some employers to limit their use or even ban them.

Gamification offers an option that can help make the open enrollment process more interesting to employees and, in the process, boost their understanding and utilization of available benefits.

California’s privacy agency is reviewing draft regulations on automated decision-making technology that would, among other things, govern the use of AI and automated tools in the workplace.

In a sign of the rapidly evolving tech environment, Forrester Research envisions at least one high-profile company hiring a nonexistent job candidate in 2024. This prediction could prompt plenty of handwringing about artificial intelligence among HR pros.

By 2021, organizations will increase the number of jobs requiring data analysis skills, say 59 percent of respondents to a new survey from the Society for Human Resource Management.

Social media figures prominently in the flood of sexual harassment allegations swamping high-profile political, news, entertainment and tech industry figures—playing a role that employers would be wise to heed.