Algorithms will soon be in charge of hiring and firing. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea
Better rules need to be urgently drafted to keep control of the AI systems that are already making decisions about our jobs, says the TUC.
As the world of artificial intelligence continues to leap forward at surprising rates, legislation in many countries fail to keep up with it. As these algorithms are given more and more sway in workplaces across the world, the concern about discrimination from them has grown.
Julia Stoyanovich (computer science and engineering) was approached by ZDNet in regards to this very situation. As founding director of the Center for Responsible AI at NYU Tandon, she has some valuable insights on the topic.