Updated: Jan 17
AI-driven tools and technologies have a lot of potentials to help you tackle bias and make your recruitment practices more inclusive, but it's important to note they're driven by human input.
In search for an inclusive workplace, organisations are relying on Artificial Intelligence more than ever. Given the inherent bias in human beings, intentional or otherwise, it is widely believed that the science of AI enables better decisions in areas such as candidate selections and employee competencies more objectively than any traditional systems.
But does it work that way, really?
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