Using AI to improve relocation outcomes

By Keni Patel
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 04/25/2019
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Few employers truly understand the power and limitations of AI at the onset, but as long as there’s a solid business objective in mind, they can work towards it through a process of discovery. Credit: metamorworks/Shutterstock

Whether you call it predictive analytics, machine learning, or artificial intelligence (AI), these technologies are all about gaining actionable insights to improve outcomes — no matter what business you’re in.

Few employers truly understand the power and limitations of AI at the onset, but as long as there’s a solid business objective in mind, they can work towards it through a process of discovery. 

AI can be defined through a lens of practicality, as a way to automatically learn and codify patterns by looking at huge amounts of interrelated historical data. These patterns can explain why things happened in the past, what is likely to happen in the future and what actions we can take to affect future outcomes.