Companies are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to assist in recruiting and hiring the best talent in this tight labor market. However, there’s substantial corporate oversight in assessing AI threats, while agencies like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in the US are closely examining AI for potential bias and other harms.
In this Quick Chat video Paul Evans and Brad Newman welcomeStephen Malone of Fox Corporation to discuss blind spots in using AI in recruitment and hiring, and share to practical tips to help employers alleviate these issues. Join us to continue the discussion in-person at Baker McKenzie’s event, A Conversation with Special Guest Speaker EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling, taking place 27 October in Palo Alto.
Speakers: Paul Evans, Bradford Newman and Stephen Malone, Vice President, Legal, Employment & Corporate Affairs at Fox Corporation, New York
Join us for an in-person event with special guest, EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling.
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AI and Corporate Oversight in the US Survey Report
This survey report features insights from 500 US-based C-level executives who self-identified as part of the decision-making team responsible for their organization’s adoption, use and management of AI-enabled tools.
To download a copy of our survey results and examine the critical blind spots that exist, key challenges with these gaps and how to address them, click here.
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