HR Exchange2022: Why Does Responsible AI Matters and What HR Leaders Need to Know

Karen Sackowitz
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UPDATE: Local Law 144 will now go into effect on April 15, 2023. Learn more about the change here.

HR technology is becoming increasingly regulated. A new law taking effect in New York City on January 1,  2023 will require companies using AI-driven employment decision systems to submit to bias audits; companies may be fined for refusal to comply. And NY is just the first–similar regulations are already being considered in California and Illinois. 


With the great resignation and war for talent continuing to accelerate, HR leaders can’t afford to lose traction in their hiring and workforce efforts due to back-fitting compliant tech systems. 


Understanding the components of responsible AI–explainability, fairness algorithms, unintended bias detection–and what to look for in a compliant solution now can mitigate that risk and continue reinforcing DEI efforts. 


That’s why we’re joining HR Tech North America Live. In our session, co-founder Isabelle Bichler-Eliasaf will discuss what constitutes Responsible AI, how to identify if your technology solutions are at risk, and how is building a Responsible AI Talent Intelligence System.


Click here to register for this free event.


If you’d like to see how our sophisticated, Responsible AI-driven Talent Intelligence platform transforms workforce planning, we’d love to show you. Book a Demo to participate in a tailored walk-through based on your organization’s specific needs for hiring, upskilling and retaining quality talent.