The War for Human Talent Rages On (In Spite of AI) 

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The funny thing about AI is that it’s meant to be our greatest confederate in our campaign for truth. Yet, much about life remains unknown. Yet, one thing is clear: The war for talent rages. Companies still need people. And the best way to get the right ones still requires the human touch.
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