Personality, Nations and Innovation

Personality, Nations, and Innovation: Relationships Between Personality Traits and National Innovation Scores G. Daniel Steel, Tiffany Rinne, John Fairweather First Published August 25, 2011 Research Article https://doi.org/10.1177/1069397111409124 Article information  Abstract Research has shown relationships between personality factors and innovation at the level of the individual person. Recently, data have become available that would allow testing of these relationships at …

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Artificial intelligence at the service of human development

“While the rate of progress in artificial intelligence has been uneven and unpredictable, there have been significant advances since the beginning of the field sixty years ago. At the time it was a mainly academic area of study, but 21st century AI allows for a constellation of conventional technologies that are having a substantial impact …

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OCEAN and recruitment

It is common to use one or more tests to evaluate personality and competencies in recruitment processes, accompanying in-depth interviews and other types of tests (role playing, for example). In many cases, more than one test is used to prevent candidates who have been “trained” to answer certain tests from giving unrealistic answers. On the …

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