The Impact of Semantic Search and AI on Recruitment
Textkernel’s CCO Gerard Mulder has a lot of experience when it comes to helping staffing firms speed up their recruitment processes with semantic search and artificial intelligence (AI). At Bullhorn Engage, he will lead the roundtable session on how AI…
1 June 2017 Blog Continue reading
Chris’ experiences as a java developer within one of Textkernel’s development teams
Building a user-friendly, semantic search engine for recruitment Five development teams are working hard to build Textkernel’s recruitment solutions: creating user-friendly products that can be integrated into many different systems. Chris Dekker is currently team lead for Textkernel’s semantic search and matching…
18 April 2017 Blog Continue reading
Semantic Search – what is it, what are the benefits and what’s the future?
Great candidates often remain hidden because recruiters aren’t searching for the right keywords or job titles. Semantic search engines aim to understand what recruiters mean, rather than what they type. Jakub Zavrel, Founder and CEO of Textkernel, explains in this…
30 March 2017 Blog Continue reading
Nested fields – beyond faceted search
Textkernel has been developing the use of nested fields in its semantic search product. In this blog post Ruben Geerlings, Head of Architecture at Textkernel, explains how this can be used for more complex search queries and better search results….
9 March 2017 Blog Continue reading
How will AI and machine learning impact the future of recruitment?
Our partner Bullhorn published a Q&A session about the future of recruitment and how AI and machine learning will have an impact on the HR industry. You can read the full interview with me below. There’s been a lot of talk about…
10 February 2017 Blog Continue reading
What is it like to be a NLP research engineer at Textkernel?
Tarek Mehrez started working at Textkernel in November 2016 as a NLP research engineer. Originally from Cairo, Egypt, he finished his Master’s in natural language processing in Germany and pursued some internships with Amazon & Sony. In this interview he will…
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Developing Greek CV parsing: an Odyssey
Textkernel has been developing its 17th cv parsing language, which will be released soon. You can read about the development of the Greek cv parsing language in Konstantinos’ blog post: My journey started halfway through August, when I was appointed…
9 December 2016 Blog Continue reading
Recruiting e-leaders – what do companies want and what does the perfect e-leader look like?
Recruiting the right person for a leadership role is a significant challenge. As Forbes contributor Ken Sundheim put it: “Hiring good people is hard. Hiring great people is brutally hard. However, it’s brutally necessary”. This is even more true for…
14 November 2016 Blog Continue reading
Moving to Chicago to develop business for Textkernel in the US market
Moving to another country for your job; almost half of the colleagues in Textkernel did this to work in our office in Amsterdam coming from over 20 different countries. Now that me and my family (husband and 3,5 year old…
31 October 2016 Blog Continue reading
Building a large knowledge graph for the recruitment domain with Textkernel’s ontology
A few years after Google announced that their knowledge graph allowed searching for things, not strings, knowledge graphs and ontologies have been gaining momentum in the world’s leading information organisations as a means to integrate, share and exploit data and…
4 October 2016 Blog Continue reading