ai-hr-admin.pngMore than 1 in 10 HR managers say they’ve already seen evidence artificial intelligence is becoming a regular part of HR — and 55 percent say it will be in the next five years, according to a new CareerBuilder survey.

Although roughly a third (35 percent) said that made them nervous, the majority of HR administrators weren’t concerned about AI use gaining ground in HR.

In fact, managers estimate they lose 14 hours a week on average manually completing tasks that could be automated. More than a quarter waste 20 hours or more.

For more on HR administratorsthoughts on AI use and automation, view this information from CareerBuilder.

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