The Death Of Personality Tests At Work As We Know Them
Posted on04 Dec 2017
TagsChina, emotions, objective personality tests, The Economist, The New Yorker, Wired Magazine, facial recognition software, Wall Street Journal, Paul Ekman
Personality tests at work today mainly consist of surveys. They’re called self-report inventories. They’re popular because one can run many in a... Read More
Emotionally Intelligent Computers Will Help Us How?
Posted on05 Feb 2015
Tagscomputers, organizational culture, customers, emotional intelligence, emotions, internet, leadership, retailing, technology, The New Yorker, training, emotional triggers, big data, clickbait, Elizabeth Dwoskin, Evelyn Rusli, facial recognition software, Meghan Neal, Motherboard, Raffi Khatchadourian, Wall Street Journal
As we make computers more human, we learn more about us. This has already changed how we see our skills, talents and... Read More