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Let’s make the college admissions process more user friendly

The college and university admissions process has plenty of room for improvement based on experiences of two Vettd interns who spent the summer gathering data for a large project. In this blog, the interns suggest several ways to make the admissions process more user friendly.
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Vettd Team

Should you tag resumes manually?

As part of the candidate screening process, some organizations task their recruiters with manual tagging of the resumes they review. The idea here is to increase the usability of talent databases by generating metadata manually.
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Vettd Team

4 Reasons Why Candidate Screening is Not a Human Task

Humans will always play a critical role in the hiring process, but the consistency vs efficiency challenge exemplifies why reviewing resumes is a task better suited for modern machines than modern humans.
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Vettd Team

How Talent Classification Works

Talent classification is a simple concept to grasp but can be a difficult practice to adopt without the right tools. We refer to talent classification as the process of categorizing human capital according to shared qualities or characteristics. This process helps you recognize, differentiate, and understand the talent you have at your disposal. Decision-making in talent acquisition and strategic workforce planning becomes much more straightforward with this level of insight.
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Vettd Team

The Transparency Problem with AI - Part 2

Transparency in data privacy involves openness; being willing to share with users all aspects of usages of their personal data. This includes an openness on what is being collected, why it is being collected, how it is being analyzed, and how the decisions being made by AI algorithms were decided (what output parameters drove the decisions made by the AI algorithms).
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Jeff Brennan

The Transparency Problem with AI

The use of Artificial intelligence (AI) in important decision-making areas continues to grow and includes such important decisions as: loan-worthiness, emergency response, medical diagnosis, job candidate selection, parole determination, criminal punishment, and educator performance. But, a critical question keeps coming up in these areas, how are the decisions being made?
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Jeff Brennan

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Let’s make the college admissions process more user friendly

The college and university admissions process has plenty of room for improvement based on experiences of two Vettd interns who spent the summer gathering data for a large project. In this blog, the interns suggest several ways to make the admissions process more user friendly.
By
Vettd Team

Should you tag resumes manually?

As part of the candidate screening process, some organizations task their recruiters with manual tagging of the resumes they review. The idea here is to increase the usability of talent databases by generating metadata manually.
By
Vettd Team

4 Reasons Why Candidate Screening is Not a Human Task

Humans will always play a critical role in the hiring process, but the consistency vs efficiency challenge exemplifies why reviewing resumes is a task better suited for modern machines than modern humans.
By
Vettd Team