I, Robot: The EEOC, Artificial Intelligence, and Discrimination | Sessions

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I, Robot: The EEOC, Artificial Intelligence, and Discrimination
In-Person and Virtual Tuesday 06/13/2023 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral) | Intended Audience: Emerging Professional, Mid-Level
Workplace Application:
The use of AI in employment can be a lifesaver, but also can be a liability. Learn what the EEOC's new AI guidance means, and what it means to you. 

The EEOC has made it clear that it considers built-in discrimination in hiring and other-use software to be a top priority. The Agency has released several rounds of guidance regarding employers' use of AI to search resumes, make interviewing or promotion decisions and automate routine HR-related tasks. Learn how the EEOC's guidance affects your organization, and how to ensure that the computer-enhanced decisions you make comply with discrimination law.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the EEOC's guidance on AI-assisted HR tasks and the Agency's chief concern with new technology.
  • Learn how to apply the EEOC guidance to your particular organization and understand whether changes need to be made or issues addressed.
  • Get practical tips on how to ensure your employment processes remain discrimination-free.

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Kelly Dobbs Bunting, Shareholder,
Greenberg Traurig, LLP