Headstart- Interview with Albert Loyola: Are Humanoids the Future of AI in Organizations?

Note original press release published by Headstart  on Dec 15, 2020

I was interviewed  by Tom Price-Daniel, Chief Revenue Officer from Headstart. We talked about how intelligent solutions, specifically humanoids and/or avatars, are here to stay in the talent and HR space. This market is still in its early stages but that’s where I see the HR technology market is moving forward: Humanoids interacting, advising and enhancing the employee experience.

This trend is getting attention from senior executives and some organizations- early adopters- and are beginning to test this solution across the talent lifecycle, specially for HR operations and service delivery.

For example, Amelia is a human-like solution that can be deployed in different business functions creating experiences, expressing emotions and understanding human intentions and semantics, driving deeper connections and greater business value.

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Albert Loyola

Artificial Intelligence | Employee Experience| HR Transformation| Advisor| Speaker

Albert brings global market research experience  to help executives harness intelligent technologies, reinvent HR, re-skilling and employee experience across NAR, APAC, LATAM and EMEA regions.

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