NYC bill bans AI recruiting tools that fail bias checks | Engadget

Developers would also need greater transparency (including disclosures of automated systems), and provide alternatives like human reviews. The Associated Press notes the city's council has passed a bill barring AI hiring systems that don't pass yearly audits checking for race- or gender-based discrimination. There's a concern the legislation might inadvertently shield employers whose AI platforms have different or harder-to-detect biases.Please enter a valid email address New York City could soon reduce the chances of AI bias in the job market. Departing Mayor Bill de Blasio has a month to sign it into law, but hasn't said whether or not he will. Fines would reach up to $1,500 per incident.The bill was passed November 10th. The Center for Democracy & Technology's Alexandra Givens told the AP the bill doesn't account for other biases, such as ableism or ageism.
New York City could soon reduce the chances of AI bias in the job market. The Associated Pressnotes the city's council has passed a bill barring AI hiring systems that don't pass yearly audits checki… [+1227 chars]