Three AI Policy Updates Employers Can Make to Limit Bias

January 25, 2024

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission estimates that more than 80% of employers are currently using artificial intelligence tools in the employment decision-making process, but there remains little independent oversight on whether the tools may result in unintended or unknown bias. As part of our AI Shorts series, Cooley special counsel Joseph Lockinger outlines three steps employers should consider implementing as part of their AI policies. 

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