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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not just science fiction. It’s now part of the recruitment process as 67% of job seekers in the U.S. have seen AI technology used in the process. That’s according to Beamery’s latest Talent Index report that also says 49% of the current workforce have seen AI in their workplace and 76% are still not trained on the use of AI.

“More than half of today’s workforce seeks to develop new skills, yet few are given the opportunity or feel they are using their current skill sets to their full potential,” said Abakar Saidov, co-founder and CEO of Beamery. “Employers must recognize this critical tipping point and actively work to build a culture of learning and development. By taking advantage of the new tech paradigm AI provides, organizations can uncover the skills they have and need to better engage and retain talent.”

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