Reasons Why AI Needs Arts Students Just as Much as Engineers

Posted by Olivia Vanderwal on Jul 19, 2018 10:25:14 AM

There has been a huge shift in focus on AI and Machine Learning – and specifically – the importance of data. Everyone’s eyes have been on engineers to make the impossible possible but have often neglected the area of studies that can make artificial intelligence more human-friendly than anything – the humanities. But it’s even more elaborate than that.

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Tags: AI, automation, innovation, Insider, rhonda, engineering, humanities, students, workforce, imi

3 Reasons Why Job Seekers Are Abandoning Your Application Process

Posted by Amy G on Apr 19, 2018 11:45:00 AM

It would seem that in the age of job search engines like Indeed, Workopolis and Monster, employers would have a plethora of applicants at their beck and call. However, the struggle is not only to attract the right candidates, but also to retain them.

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Tags: material handling, Job hunting, Resumes, employment, automation, AI, Interview, Reputation, Application

Handling Change

Posted by Mike Lovett on Dec 4, 2017 1:00:16 PM
I remember it like it was yesterday – slugging boxes into a fifty-foot trailer in the middle of January – Holy Hell, was it ever cold. The year was 2006 and I was twenty years old – three years into my job at Purolator.

Somewhere between dodging boxes coming down the conveyer belt and stuffing my gloves full of Hot Paws, I noticed the volume of

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Tags: automation, material handling, supply chain

Artificial Intelligence 101 — What you need to know

Posted by Manav Sachdeva on Sep 13, 2017 2:58:13 PM

There is a lot of buzz surrounding the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the corporate world. While companies all over the world are investing heavily in its development, many people still don’t really understand what “it” actually is.

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Tags: AI, innovation, automation