The Dark Side of AI and HR Departments

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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The Dark Side of AI and HR  Departments

The topic of artificial intelligence (AI) is nearly inescapable and hotly debated. Everything from entertainment and art to business and healthcare has been impacted by the evolving technology. While there are many potential positive applications, there are also many reasons to approach the technology cautiously. Just as the internet opened up a whole new world of possibilities – you could easily access an entire library’s worth of information at the press of a button – it also created a new avenue for criminals to operate. Now, criminals can use the dark web for unsavory activities or to target unsuspecting victims through cybercrime