New York City has implemented regulations governing the use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) and automated decision-making tools in the employment space.Continue Reading New York City Law Tackles AI Bias in Employment
In filing a lawsuit many have dubbed “the first of its kind,” a radio host in Georgia is claiming that OpenAI, the company behind the artificial intelligence chat platform “ChatGPT,” is liable for defamation.
The plaintiff, Mark Walters, filed a complaint last week in the Superior Court of Gwinnett County, Georgia, alleging that ChatGPT published “false,” “malicious” and “libelous matter” about Walters to a third-party journalist, Fred Riehl.Continue Reading AI “Hallucinations” Can Inflict Real-World Pain
The recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the emergence of ChatGPT have opened up new possibilities for employers to enhance efficiency and reduce human error. But with these advances comes potential risk. Acknowledging the advent of the use of AI in the workplace, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) launched its Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Fairness Initiative in late 2021. On May 18, 2023, the EEOC released a technical assistance document addressing the use of AI by employers when making employment decisions such as hiring, promotion, and firing. Continue Reading Possible Bias in AI Selectivity? EEOC Issues Guidance on Use of Artificial Intelligence in Employment Selection Procedures
With the development of artificial intelligence (AI) across the globe progressing at breakneck speed, it is generally accepted that humanity is within touching distance of living in a world where AI plays a ubiquitous role in our everyday lives.Continue Reading The EU’s proposed Artificial Intelligence Act