Smarthveer Sidana, Founder & CEO of HireQuotient.

When ChatGPT made its grand entrance, ripples of excitement and fear across the business world were tremendous. Of course, the “AI versus human” theorists immediately began to paint a grim picture of how this kind of technology would wipe out jobs. Within the human resources world, there’s also been particular concern about biases present in machine learning protocols. But throwing the baby out with the bathwater is simply absurd, especially with the ongoing competition for talent. As a hiring professional, incorporating AI into your practices can unveil infinite possibilities.

AI Technology Can Take On Some Of The Tedious Work

When it comes to hiring, you must understand your business’s current needs, the state of the market and what the available talent pool expects from employers. This means taking in larger volumes of data and using it to put out effective

There is a lot of hype around the potential of AI these days. Fueled by the rise of ChatGPT and the subsequent race for AI supremacy, all the Big Tech gang are looking to get a piece of the action.

There’s no danger of the opportunity being overhyped, according to Rosenblatt analyst Hans Mosesmann. In fact, the 5-star analyst knows exactly which company is best positioned to benefit the most from this huge development.

“We see Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) driving the biggest technology inflection the world may have ever seen in transformational AI everywhere and in everything,” Mosesmann said. “CEO Jensen Huang’s AI vision is openly playing out coincident with what appears to be Intel’s structural secular decline, signaling a changing of the guard in silicon valley for generational semiconductor global leadership.”

Mosesmann’s comments come ahead of the chip giant’s first quarter of fiscal 2024 report (April quarter),

The term “Luddite” emerged in early 1800s England. At the time there was a thriving textile industry that depended on manual knitting frames and a skilled workforce to create cloth and garments out of cotton and wool. But as the Industrial Revolution gathered momentum, steam-powered mills threatened the livelihood of thousands of artisanal textile workers.

Faced with an industrialized future that threatened their jobs and their professional identity, a growing number of textile workers turned to direct action. Galvanized by their leader, Ned Ludd, they began to smash the machines that they saw as robbing them of their source of income.

It’s not clear whether Ned Ludd was a real personor simply a figment of folklore invented during a period of upheaval. But his name became synonymous with rejecting disruptive new technologies – an association that lasts to this day.

Questioning doesn’t mean rejecting

Contrary to popular belief,

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Two of my major interests converged fascinatingly at the recent RSA conference in San Francisco. One is information security. The event is named after three famous cryptographers (Rivest, Shamir and Adleman), and I’ve been a fan of them and this conference for a long time. How long? I taught Canada’s first information security course on Oct. 14, 1977. The number of people who can challenge that claim gets smaller every year.

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Written by Sneha Nahata at The Motley Fool Canada

Canadian tech stocks recovered a bit in 2023, with shares of several companies outperforming the broader market index by a wide margin. Despite the recent up-move in technology stocks, they continue to trade cheap on the valuation front, making them attractive investments near the current levels.

With this background, let’s look at two Canadian stocks from the technology space trading at a significant discount.

WELL Health

WELL Health (TSX:WELL) provides digital healthcare services, which is why investors sold its stock in 2022, anticipating a slowdown in demand amid easing COVID-related restrictions. However, that didn’t play out, and the company consistently delivered stellar organic revenue and turned profitable, leading to a sharp recovery in its share price. Further, its operations remain immune to the macro headwinds.

Thanks to its solid financial performance, WELL Health stock more