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Winter 12-6-2018 A Conceptual Artificial Intelligence Application Framework in Human Resource Management

  title={Winter 12-6-2018 A Conceptual Artificial Intelligence Application Framework in Human Resource Management},
  author={Qiong Jia},
This study proposes a conceptional framework of artificial intelligence (AI) technology application for human resource management (HRM). Based on the theory of the six basic dimensions of human resource management, which includes human resource strategy and planning, recruitment, training and development process, performance management, salary evaluation, and the employee relationship management, is combine with its potential corresponding AI technology application. With the cases analysis on… 

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