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Hung Lee, a recruiting industry influencer and the editor of the talent business newsletter Recruiting Brainfood, has some blunt words for recruiters who are reluctant to embrace generative artificial intelligence.
“This is about survival,” Hung says. “Certain recruiters will significantly outperform others based on their acuity with this new set of tools. There is a selfish motive for recruiters to get good at this, which is ultimately job security.”
Generative artificial intelligence — AI that can produce text, images, and other types of content in response to prompts — is expected to disrupt the workplace, and knowledge workers, including recruiters,