Titus is Managing Dentist at the Willamette Dental Group’s largest office in Everett, Washington. In addition, he is actively involved as a volunteer for the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Western Regional Examination Board (WREB).
Jeff Brennan, Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel for Vettd, Inc., has been recognized as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) for a variety of accomplishments including his contribution to Vettd’s AI solutions so they enhance privacy and trustworthiness through improved transparency.
Vettd.ai announced today that Ernesto Chavarin, former Microsoft ArtificialIntelligence leader, has joined Vettd’s Board of Advisors to provide input and guidance based on 14 years of experience developing and executing strategies across multiple disciplines at Microsoft.
Vettd Inc., a leader in adaptive AI solutions for workforce data classification, today announced the launch of its Vettd Studio, a no-code platform that allows HR practitioners to create their own talent classification models to unlock the value of their organization’s talent data.
Many enterprises are rethinking how they vet candidates to fill new opportunities due to a shortage of talent for jobs, especially high-tech ones, executives at the Work Rebooted conference in San Francisco said. This is because the traditional approach of looking for keywords in resumes may not be the best predictor of a candidate's success in the business, Parminder Jassal, group director for the Work + Learn Futures at the Institute for the Future, said in an interview.
While the nation’s attention has largely focused on the big five tech giants over the last year — Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and Facebook — we’ve been keeping an eye on the Seattle startup scene. And we’re pleased to report that, while Amazon shifts its center of gravity away from the Northwest, Seattle’s pipeline of locally based tech startups remains remarkably strong.
These four Seattle companies are using a variety of business challenges and opportunities to push the limits of how much a computer can actually understand of our infamously vague methods of communication.