International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development

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Exploring the Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Transforming HR Functions: An Empirical Study in the Indian Context

     International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED)

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 Published Issue : Volume-3 Issue-5
 Year of Publication : 2020
 Unique Identification Number : IJSRED-V3I5P89
 Authors :Shivani Pandey
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Abstract :

The most recent progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning—comprehensively from conversational UIs to blockchain and the Internet of Things—are quickly being encompassed into standard business operations. Today, the organisations are keen in grasping these new advancements, resulting in a significant change between connection of individuals and machines in the work environment. Simultaneously, AI is shaking-up manger-employee dynamics and prospects. As expressed by Banavar [1], AI is presently fragmenting in a large portion of the software’s and is being incorporated into huge numbers of the business capacities. One such business capacity where the incorporation of AI is occurring at a much quicker pace is Human Resources (HR). Very soon it will be observed that HRM is going away from its usual established administrative capabilities to further advancements like Automation, Augmented Intelligence, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence that are totally re – characterizing and re – moulding the method of their workforce attributes and associations. At present, AI seems to be the biggest buzzword which has almost penetrated into every sphere of human activity and is totally transforming the HR department of different sectors globally.
The purpose of the study is to understand AI and to investigate the areas of AI implementation in HR practices and its substantial effect on organisations. To validate the study, a small survey was conducted, where few HR professionals initially were interviewed to pursue the feedback. While a few of them expressed concern about potential job losses that could come with greater practice of AI inthe workplace, our study recommends that most employees feel enthusiastic about theseadvancements.