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Not-So-Human Resources

From sleuthing candidates not actively on the job market to stripping unconscious bias from your search, these new artificial intelligence tools will give your HR department a high-tech upgrade.

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• Two ex-Google engineering execs built Leap.ai, a platform that uses machine learning to analyze résumés, personal values, and job descriptions to suggest perfect-fit candidates for open roles. More than 70 percent of the people Leap puts forward make it past the first-round interview.

• Vettery’s algorithms—used by companies like Peloton, Netflix, and ESPN—suggest matches from the thousands of candidates in its database. Thanks to machine learning, the more hiring managers interact with it, the smarter its A.I. gets about what your company wants.

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