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Application of Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management: Is Present or Future?


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1 Associate Professor, Institute of Management & Research, MGM University, Aurangabad, India
 

Increasingly, businesses are using artificial intelligence (AI) and various AI-based tools into their human resource management (HRM) strategies for managing employees in national and international organizations. A change in the previous ten years the proliferation of AI-based solutions that support HRM, launching a fascinating new line of inquiry into those areas such as the consequences of AI, the societal impact of robotics, adoption on results at the personal and business levels, and Analyzing HRM techniques supported by AI. Implementing such technologies has changed the organization of work in domestic and foreign businesses, presenting chances for staff members and businesses to utilize resources and make decisions and solve problems. However, despite an increase in scholarly interest, there has been little and inconsistent research on AI-based HRM technology. Additional study is required to examine the effectiveness of AI guided human resource apps and human AI interconnections in major transnational corporations spreading such breakthroughs. Researcher present a comprehensive review on the topic of this trending issue and provide a distinct understanding from current knowledge, yet to be known, and future research directions. Researcher create a visionary framework that unifies research on AI uses in HRM and serves as a solid foundation for further research projects.

Keywords

Artificial Intelligence, Human Resource Management, Application of AI in HR, Technology in HR Functions
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Ashish Mohture
Associate Professor, Institute of Management & Research, MGM University, Aurangabad, India

Abstract


Increasingly, businesses are using artificial intelligence (AI) and various AI-based tools into their human resource management (HRM) strategies for managing employees in national and international organizations. A change in the previous ten years the proliferation of AI-based solutions that support HRM, launching a fascinating new line of inquiry into those areas such as the consequences of AI, the societal impact of robotics, adoption on results at the personal and business levels, and Analyzing HRM techniques supported by AI. Implementing such technologies has changed the organization of work in domestic and foreign businesses, presenting chances for staff members and businesses to utilize resources and make decisions and solve problems. However, despite an increase in scholarly interest, there has been little and inconsistent research on AI-based HRM technology. Additional study is required to examine the effectiveness of AI guided human resource apps and human AI interconnections in major transnational corporations spreading such breakthroughs. Researcher present a comprehensive review on the topic of this trending issue and provide a distinct understanding from current knowledge, yet to be known, and future research directions. Researcher create a visionary framework that unifies research on AI uses in HRM and serves as a solid foundation for further research projects.

Keywords


Artificial Intelligence, Human Resource Management, Application of AI in HR, Technology in HR Functions

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