SourceCon’s first leg of its twice-a-year conference, which is focused on Sourcing, Recruiting, and Talent Acquisition, concluded this week.

Sourcecon was packed with industry leaders, experts, and pros who shared insight and strategy on everything from candidate engagement strategy to artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Don’t worry if you missed Sourcecon, here’s a brief rundown and summary of the top tweets:

Featured Speakers:

  • Kerstin Wagner (@KerstinWagner_1): Head of Talent Acquisition @ Deutsche Bahn AG
    • Discussed how technological innovations shape today’s talent acquisition activities and explain its major impact on candidate journey, employer attractiveness, and the talent acquisition profession.
  • Jason Roberts (@Jasrober): Global Head of Technology and Analytics @ Randstad Sourceright
    • Explored the emergence of the New Machine Age and its impact on recruiting. What do AI and robotics offer the future of recruiting?
  • Summer Husband (@SummerMHusband): Senior Director, Data Science @ Randstad Sourceright
    • Explained the concepts and walked through examples of machine learning at work.
  • Katrina Collier (@KatrinaMCollier): Chief Searchologest & Social Recruiting Specialist @ The Searchologist
    • Challenged sourcers & recruiters to rise above the robotics and to put the human back in and not relying so much on automation to engage candidates.
  • Glen Cathey (@GlenCathey): Senior Vice President, Global Digital Strategy & Innovation @ Randstad Holding
    • Explained how semantic search powered by AI can yield IA – Intelligence Amplification, or the effective use of technology to augment human intelligence and capability.

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Some awesome pics of Sourcecon’s Hackathon provided by Peter Clayton

 

 

 

Nick Misa

Nick Misa

Marketing Specialist at Ongig
Ongig is the video job description platform that helps you attract the best talent faster. Ongig supercharges your job descriptions through video, images, and other media along with live chat, social sharing, and careers microsite creation. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon Digital and Autodesk.
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