AI applications are growing in all industries and sectors. But how do we make sure that they can be deployed and used in a way that everyone can trust? After proposing its 7 key requirements, the High-Level Expert Group on AI developed the ALTAI list to facilitate business and organisations in self-assessing their AI systems. In this section, members of the AI Alliance share their experience with ALTAI or other practices that help in building an AI ecosystem of trust in Europe and around the world. 

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Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management and Human Bias

Reducing Human Bias

Humans are inherently bias.  Even when striving for inclusiveness, HR professionals may subconsciously lean toward a particular candidate… for instance, someone who is more like the recruiter.  Another potential bias, language bias; people’s subconscious word associations could indicate a particular preference.

Now, thanks to AI, algorithms can be designed to help employers identify and remove these biases.  That potentially translates to better hiring communications and attracting a more diverse group of candidates.  Those same algorithms can also find candidates who may have been screened out due to human bias.  To put it in context, AI allows managers to go beyond gut feelings and rely on data-driving assessments.

https://www.google.de/amp/s/www.hrexchangenetwork.com/hr-tech/articles/…
 

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