Welcome to episode 252 of the AI in Action podcast, the show where we break down the hype and explore the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are making on our everyday lives.
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Today's guest is Albert Loyola, Management Consultant in the field of AI for Human Resources at Accenture in Dallas, Texas. Albert is a Manager in Accenture’s Talent & Organization/Human Potential Consulting Practice where he leads the AI Startup Evaluation Hub & Market Ecosystem for Talent & HR. He also manages their Ecosystem Partnerships with Pymetrics, Gloat, Yva and other priority partners.
Albert is an HR innovation market technology analyst and advisor to senior executives on the impact of intelligent technologies across the employee experience. For over ten years, he has been advising CHROS, SVP, VP HR with digital HR strategy, talent strategy and employee experience enabled by AI/intelligent digital solutions. Albert is also a regular HR technology keynote speaker and frequently featured in talent and business publications.
In the episode, Albert will tell you about:
His background and current role with Accenture
Applying AI to improve HR practices and the employee experience
Use cases of helping clients build an effective data strategy
How the pandemic has impacted the working culture
What he enjoys most about his work at Accenture
To find out more about Albert and all the great work happening at Accenture, check out the website www.accenture.com or follow them on Twitter @Accenture. You can also connect with Albert on Linkedin or follow him on Twitter @AlbertLoyolaM.
What did you think of Albert's podcast? Where do you see the future of AI and Data Science heading in Human Resources in the next few years? We would love to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please leave a comment below.
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