AI in Employment Subject to EEO Regulations

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AI in Employment Subject to EEO Regulations

Automated systems and AI tools used to help make employment decisions are subject to traditional requirements to ensure biases don't exist. On April 4, 2024, multiple federal agencies charged with enforcing various laws signed a joint statement asserting their intention to enforce these laws. Read today's blog for more on this.