The New York City Council is considering brand-new principles meant to curb bias in hiring AI, which is increasingly being used to evaluate job works. But the money won’t afford true-life accountability.
Sometimes, the medication is worse than the disease. When it comes to the dangers of artificial intelligence, mischievously crafted regulations that give a mistaken impression in the responsibilities can be worse than none at all. This is the dilemma facing New York City, which is poised to become the first metropoli in the country to pass rules on the growing role of AI in employment.
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