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Title: Big data e inteligencia artificial en la gestión de los recursos humanos del sector público
Other Titles: Big data and artificial intelligence in public sector human resource management
Author: Galindo Caldés, Ramón
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: big data
artificial intelligence
public employment
digital transformation
public employees
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Revista catalana de dret públic
Citation: Galindo Caldés, R. (2019). Big data e inteligencia artificial en la gestión de los recursos humanos del sector público. Revista catalana de dret públic, (58), 49-63. doi: 10.2436/rcdp.i58.2019.3276
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Abstract: The emergence of disruptive technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence in society will have an overwhelming impact on employment in the public sector in the coming years. Governments are changing the ways in which they provide public services and intervene in society. Such changes will force them to redefine their human resources and, as a result, to take a hard look at the mechanisms in place for employee recruitment and management. Agreement has not yet been reached regarding the extent to which technological change is affecting public employment; there is consensus, however, that big data and artificial intelligence will play an essential role in carrying out certain tasks which, until now, have been performed by civil servants, who will ultimately have to develop new knowledge and skills. The generational change that governments will experience over the course of the next fifteen years will become an opportunity to transform public employment and its management as long as the benefits of technological change are leveraged and public authorities are encouraged to fulfil their duty of satisfying public interest.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 1885-8252MIAR
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