Apple’s AI is finally making a difference in the hiring market
By Steve Kovach and Alex Deane February 18, 2020 11:20:17Apple’s AI has made a big impact on the hiring and firing of its employees, and the company has been quick to acknowledge that its ability to help people make decisions about the way they work is vital to its success.
Apple’s new AI-driven hiring system, which was announced this week and officially launched on Tuesday, enables people to find and apply for jobs, as well as making it easier for them to track their career paths and work-life balance.
In the past, Apple’s recruiting team relied on a mixture of manual tasks and automation to help employees find jobs.
But Apple said the new AI system will make it easier to hire and fire, with people being able to see their future career path in a more human-like way, and make decisions based on more than just the skills they have.
“We have made a major shift in our recruiting platform, which now enables people who need to make a career decision to do so with AI-powered artificial intelligence,” said Michael Froman, Apple senior vice president of human resources.
“We believe this will make hiring easier and better, and help us recruit the best and brightest talent to help us build Apple’s incredible culture and products.”
Apple said the AI system uses an artificial intelligence-powered system that uses machine learning to detect the type of job a person has applied for and then asks users to rate their interest and job performance.
This results in a “person-rating system,” or “person rating system,” which Apple said will allow people to “get the most from our hiring platform.”
The new system also lets people see the number of jobs they have applied for in the past 24 hours and the number that have been hired.
Froman said the system is also designed to provide users with “quick access to job information and resume information” so they can keep track of their career and work lives, as Apple has previously announced.
The new hires will be able to log in to Apple’s Human Resources site, where they will be asked to complete a questionnaire to determine their job history and to provide details about their resume.
This will allow them to see the types of jobs that they are currently seeking, and whether they’ve been offered any specific jobs.
Apple has previously used AI to help fill a number of job openings in the United States, and it has also previously hired AI-based talent in the search for jobs in other countries.
But the AI-led hiring system will allow Apple to hire more people in the US and abroad, with an estimated 15 million people currently working for the company in AI-related jobs.