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May 1, 2019
This article is part of a series called Editor's Pick.

AI, machine learning, bots finding and ranking the best candidates, selecting employees with games.

It’s all new and cool. But, what does the government think of all this? Is, say, selecting someone based on how they play a video game OK under the law? How about a bot learning which candidate resumes managers like and “click on” — is that OK?

I talked to Dr. Romella El Kharzazi, of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, about the agency’s stance on AI-based assessment tools.

This podcast is a must listen for anyone who is considering using AI-based assessment tools but is concerned about the legal risk.

Grab your dog, or your elliptical machine, because it’s an hour long. But as the podcast goes on, especially into the second half, it’ll really get you thinking about your selection and assessment process, and whether you’re doing it on the up and up.

This article is part of a series called Editor's Pick.
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