SkyHive®, a generative AI software company helping companies and communities around the world move from being job-based to skill-based, today announced its recognition as “Best Advance in Practical AI/Talent Analytics” at the 2023 HR Tech Awards, hosted by Lighthouse Research & Advisory, a provider of research and advice for human resources, learning, and other professionals in the talent field.
SkyHive’s Human Capital Operating System™ (HCOS) solution received the award for its ability to “leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotic process automation, and/or natural language processing for practical impacts to people and the business.” As the only technology that can harmonize skills and jobs between separate systems while bringing vital efficiency to the labor market, the HCOS provides granular and near-real-time visibility into changes happening throughout the world labor economy.
“We’re delighted to receive this prestigious award, which validates the vital work SkyHive is doing by helping major companies around the world reskill and transform their workforces,” said SkyHive CEO and Founder Sean Hinton. “Lighthouse clearly sees how critical our operating system is for an organization moving to a skill-based approach.”
Winners were determined by a Lighthouse panel of judges composed of practitioners, consultants, and educators who evaluated demos and case studies of HR technology providers across the globe. Past winners of Lighthouse’s award include Cornerstone, ADP, and Degreed.
“The SkyHive Human Capital Operating System is a brilliant, exciting approach to human skill analysis and development,” says Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research & Advisory. “With more employers exploring a skills-based approach to talent, SkyHive is poised to deliver value through its patented and proven approach.”
The award follows several other recognitions for SkyHive and its patented technology, including from the Responsible Artificial Intelligence Institute, World Economic Forum, Gartner, and the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI), which is one of the most extensive collaborations on AI policy and the first international standard for ethical AI.