The Way We Roll

30: The Phil & Simon Show No 30 - AI and Recruitment

April 29, 2019 The Phil & Simon Show Episode 30
The Way We Roll
30: The Phil & Simon Show No 30 - AI and Recruitment
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The Way We Roll
30: The Phil & Simon Show No 30 - AI and Recruitment
Apr 29, 2019 Episode 30
The Phil & Simon Show
We kick off this show with a discussion about the future of work and the increasing use of artificial intelligence in recruitment. Liz Sayce and Jane Hatton discussed some of the possible repercussions for disabled people at a joint presentation they gave to the Royal Society of Arts. [http://bit.ly/2VHxiWq](http://bit.ly/2VHxiWq)Simon reflects on the highs and lows of a recent trip to the US. Being stared at was a positive experience for once. A couple of disabled New Yorkers suggested the social model is to limited and claimed that disability is its own culture and the arts scene in Britain needs to recognise it as such. Sadly two more campaigners died recently. We take a moment to remember the contributions made by Mike Oliver a grandee of the disability movement and Jane Nokes less well known but who made a significant difference.A full transcript of this podcast is available here A or on our Audioboom page, Twitter feed and Facebook page. Click here for the Itunes link [https://apple.co/2AvKoe8](https://apple.co/2AvKoe8)or here [http://bit.ly/2WcMElT](http://bit.ly/2WcMElT)for the Audioboom version  If you have any comments, feedback or suggestions, please email us at philandsimonshow@gmail.com. We hope you enjoy it. [You can download the transcript by clicking this anywhere on this sentence.](https://www.dropbox.com/s/2pwrlcvmmsisopx/Phil%20%26%20Simon%20Show%20No%2030?dl=0) You can visit the Phil and Simon Show Facebook page http://bit.ly/1t8tS0d or follow us on Twitter @PhilSimonShow
Show Notes
We kick off this show with a discussion about the future of work and the increasing use of artificial intelligence in recruitment. Liz Sayce and Jane Hatton discussed some of the possible repercussions for disabled people at a joint presentation they gave to the Royal Society of Arts. [http://bit.ly/2VHxiWq](http://bit.ly/2VHxiWq)Simon reflects on the highs and lows of a recent trip to the US. Being stared at was a positive experience for once. A couple of disabled New Yorkers suggested the social model is to limited and claimed that disability is its own culture and the arts scene in Britain needs to recognise it as such. Sadly two more campaigners died recently. We take a moment to remember the contributions made by Mike Oliver a grandee of the disability movement and Jane Nokes less well known but who made a significant difference.A full transcript of this podcast is available here A or on our Audioboom page, Twitter feed and Facebook page. Click here for the Itunes link [https://apple.co/2AvKoe8](https://apple.co/2AvKoe8)or here [http://bit.ly/2WcMElT](http://bit.ly/2WcMElT)for the Audioboom version  If you have any comments, feedback or suggestions, please email us at philandsimonshow@gmail.com. We hope you enjoy it. [You can download the transcript by clicking this anywhere on this sentence.](https://www.dropbox.com/s/2pwrlcvmmsisopx/Phil%20%26%20Simon%20Show%20No%2030?dl=0) You can visit the Phil and Simon Show Facebook page http://bit.ly/1t8tS0d or follow us on Twitter @PhilSimonShow