Employers won’t be allowed to use AI to screen job candidates unless the tech has gone through an audit to check for bias.
In a new book, Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman looks at a problem with human judgement.
At the House Judiciary Committee hearing with Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, Rep. Zoe Lofgren from California had to ask for clarification that Google’s Search algorithm is not a “little man sitting behind the curtain figuring out what [Google is] going to show.” She wasn’t the only one that was confused by how Google works. On […]
It can start with the language used in job descriptions.
"Data reflects our history, and our history has been very biased to date," MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini says.
Tackling social problems in campaigns can be tricky. Just ask Pepsi.