In episode 100, Coffey talks with Kate Bischoff about the legal and ethical considerations surrounding the use of artificial intelligence in employee selection. They discuss the recent impact of AI on HR; concerns around relying on AI as a decision-maker rather than as a tool to help make decisions; how bias gets introduced into AI-assisted processes; monitoring for bias and disparate impact when implementing AI systems in employee selection; emerging regulations for AI, including New York City’s regulation of the use of automated hiring tools; what an AI Bill of Rights might look like; the importance of carefully vetting technology partners before implementing their tools; and the potential risks of using ChatGPT in preparing HR documents.

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Kate Bischoff

Kate Bischoff

Kate Bischoff is an overly enthusiastic, sarcastic, and opinionated management-side employment attorney and human resources professional. She works closely with management, HR folk, and technology companies to improve organizations through training, policy, and investigation work in addition to everyday advice and counseling. Prior to starting her own business, Kate served as the HR Officer for Consulate General Jerusalem and U.S. Embassy Lusaka, Zambia. Kate has been recognized by The New York Times, CNN.com, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Public Radio, and other journalistic sources as a leading authority on harassment, technology in the workplace, and employment law.

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