Man Versus Machine: NYC Law Attempts to Eliminate Bias in Artificial Intelligence

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A New York City law will soon require businesses to conduct audits designed to assess biases in all AI-driven systems that are used for recruitment marketing and hiring. Under the new law, scheduled to take effect in January 2023, the hiring company will be liable for potential biases and subject to fines for violations.

The use of artificial intelligence has grown more prevalent in many human resources departments over recent years. Nearly one in four organizations now make use of some form of automation, AI, or both, to support their HR activities.

Regulators have begun to take notice and seek

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