Hiring & AI: Countering Common Misconceptions

Publisher: Talent Select AI

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Hiring & AI: Countering Common Misconceptions

AI is often approached with hesitation, partly because some AI software, particularly tools using facial recognition technology, has perpetuated harmful biases in the past. And so many companies are reluctant to include a third-party AI platform to mediate hiring processes and risk potential liability. But depending on individual company protocol, the interview process involves varying degrees of rigor and may demand several interviews over months – particularly in organizations vetting large numbers of applicants. Using AI to automate and streamline critical parts of the hiring process can generate significant time and cost savings.