The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has released an artificial intelligence (AI) in employment best practices guide, which promotes non-discrimination, human oversight, transparency, and additional protections in the use of AI tools in hiring and employment decisions. The guide includes recommendations for organisations using AI tools in their hiring and employment practices. While AI hiring tools can help match candidates with relevant opportunities and inform organisations’ decisions about who to recruit, hire, and promote, they also present risks that, if not addressed. These risks can impact candidates and hiring organisations, as well as pose challenges for regulators and other stakeholders. The FPF and the AI working group recommend that AI hiring tools are tested to ensure they are fit for their intended purposes and assessed for bias. In addition, AI tools should be designed and operated with informed human oversight and engagement.
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