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Circa Hosts EEOC for Webinar On Artificial Intelligence In Employment

Circa Hosts EEOC for Webinar On Artificial Intelligence In Employment

Circa is excited to welcome Keith E. Sonderling, Commissioner, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for a complimentary webinar on “The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Employment Decision-Making.” Circa collaborates with industry experts to provide monthly educational webinars focused on trends in, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, talent acquisition, and OFCCP compliance.

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One of the trends that continues to be seen for talent acquisition is redefining what top talent looks like as well as where and how employers are sourcing that talent. Employers are looking for new technologies and many are turning to AI to not only help with recruitment and retention but also to ensure they are making efficient and effective decisions.

While AI has been around for a while, many employers still have some fear and unease with the use of AI because of the uncertainty of how it is used in the marketplace today. To ensure the absence of bias, employers should know how the AI software is trained and how it learns going forward. AI is only as good as the data it is using, and if the criteria used to build AI is not objective to begin with then bias can end up being baked into the AI software.

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AI can be overwhelming to employers but learning about AI and the legal framework surrounding it can help to make more effective decisions on which AI to use. “The Promise and Perils of AI in Employment Decision-Making: A View from the EEOC” webinar has these key takeaways to help employers start with AI.

  • Overview of the legal framework governing AI in the U.S.
  • Important ways the U.S. civil rights laws protect employees from discrimination by algorithm
  • Ways employers can reap the benefits of AI while respecting the rights of workers

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