Automated Hiring and AI: Ethical Considerations and Compliance | Sessions
AI and machine learning have been prominently featured in both the general media and the HR press. As more companies look to automate and enhance their hiring process, a set of ethical and regulatory concerns has followed.
We will discuss how leading companies are working with automated systems. Then, we'll go over the potential ethical, legal, and DEI concerns in working with automated tools.
Finally, we will discuss the emerging regulatory environment, with a check-list of what HR leaders should be doing today, and what we should be watching over the next 18 months.
- The state of the art in automated hiring systems. What are companies looking to accomplish with automation and AI?
- The 4 pillars of ethical automation in hiring and people management (transparency, bias prevention, explainability, and privacy).
- The evolving regulatory environment with regulations pending from EEOC, California, New York, Virginia, Washington DC and more.
- Case Study: Compliance auditing for New York Local Law 144.
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