Making recruitment technology accessible means ensuring that candidates can use the technology and that the skills it measures do not unduly exclude candidates with disabilities. Increasingly, says Alexandra Givens, CEO of the Center for Democratic Technology, an organization focused on civil rights. Digital era.
AI-powered recruitment tools often cannot include people with disabilities when generating training data, she says. Such people have long been excluded from the workforce, so algorithms modeled on the company’s previous employment do not reflect their potential.
Even if the model can explain the outliers, the way in which the failure appears varies greatly from person to person. For example, two people with autism can have very different strengths and challenges.
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