AI recruitment tools have become the first line of defence against high-volume online hiring. But unless the unintended consequences of AI-powered HR technology are urgently addressed, hundreds of millions worldwide face lifetimes of economic and societal exclusion. Just Imagine: You lose your dream job because your stammer caused you to go 15 seconds over the… Continue reading HR has an AI-powered Disability Problem
We Count! video lecture featuring Jutta Treviranus, Director and Founder of the Inclusive Design Research Centre. In her ‘We Count’ lecture for the Walrus Talks Inclusion series, Jutta Treviranus, Director and Founder of the Inclusive Design Research Centre asked “What happens to small minorities, unique individuals or outliers in decisions based on numbers?”. This lecture… Continue reading We Count!
How do you Lip Read a Robot: Is AI Powered Unfairness Avoidable? – International Association of Accessibility Professionals Live Broadcast April 8, 2021. This session, hosted by G3ICT/IAAP, explores the serious yet unacknowledged risks to the world’s more than 1.3 billion persons with disabilities triggered by the fast-growing use of Artificial Intelligence powered recruitment technology.… Continue reading How do you Lip Read a Robot: Is AI Powered Unfairness Avoidable?
Disability, Bias, and AI – AI Now Institute, New York University. On March 28, 2019, the AI Now Institute at New York University (NYU), the NYU Center for Disability Studies, and Microsoft convened disability scholars, AI developers, and computer science and human-computer interaction researchers to discuss the intersection of disability, bias, and AI, and to… Continue reading Disability, Bias, and AI
The challenges of navigating AI recruitment systems as a candidate with Tourette’s. Job seeker Serena shares her insights into the challenges of AI recruitment screening and interviewing as a person with Tourette’s. Serena explained, “For the first video interview I did, the company made a big deal about how exciting it was that AI would… Continue reading The challenges of navigating AI recruitment systems as a candidate with Tourette’s
Webinar from ILO Global Business and Disability Network This Zero Project conference session explored the unacknowledged risks to the more than 1.3 billion persons with disabilities triggered by the fast-growing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered recruitment tools. Why do leaders of the global ethical AI debate disregard the potential harm to more than 1.3 billion… Continue reading How Do You Lip Read a Robot? – Recruitment AI has a Disability Problem
Using UK data to illustrate in general terms the impact of disability on a global corporate workforce of 500,000 employees, of which:
Understanding your disability demographic – data for disabled customers in India. Using UK data to illustrate in general terms the impact of disability on consumers in India and their access to goods & services. Out of 1.4 Billion customers in India:
Ableism And Disability Discrimination In New Surveillance Technologies – Authors – Lydia X. Z. Brown, Ridhi Shetty, Matt Scherer, Andrew Crawford – The Center for Democracy & Technology. Algorithmic technologies are everywhere. This ubiquity of algorithmic technologies has pervaded every aspect of modern life, and the algorithms are improving. But while algorithmic technologies may become… Continue reading Ableism And Disability Discrimination In New Surveillance Technologies
Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence for Human Resources: A Toolkit for Human Resources Professional – The World Economic Forum. Organizations are increasingly looking to harness the power of artificial intelligence to manage talent in ways that are more effective, fair, and efficient. However, the use of AI in Human Resources raises given AI’s potential for problems in… Continue reading Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence for Human Resources: A Toolkit for Human Resources Professional