New legislation regulating data use and privacy is on the horizon in many parts of the world, and that could have ramifications for companies leveraging AI and other emerging technologies in talent assessment.
Companies that do business in multiple U.S. states and across international boundaries will have to be particularly aware of the shifting regulatory landscape as they forge ahead. The regulations coming out across the U.S. and Europe address the ethical collection and use of personal data, including information collected by employers on job candidates.
Staying on the right side of the law — and of ethical considerations — includes a well-designed talent assessment process that solidifies the individual’s right to know how their data will be used, ensures data isn’t compromised or used nefariously, and improves data security for both companies and candidates. It means keeping human oversight at the forefront of your use of AI in talent.
Although we don’t know exactly what data privacy laws will look like in the future, we do understand the principles behind them.
But you don’t have to wait until data privacy laws are written to leverage AI-augmented talent assessment and video interview software. Although we don’t know exactly what data privacy laws will look like in the future, we do understand the principles behind them. Waiting until laws regarding AI and emerging technologies are crystallized in the legal system will slow down your growth — and your future-readiness. Don’t put your organization behind. We’ve developed guidelines based on the principles governing data privacy around the world, and following them will allow you to use data-driven technologies with confidence.
In this guide, Aon's Assessment Solutions Partner, Ernie Paskey and Aon's Digital Economy Practice Leader, Jillian Slyfield will show you how your organization can be proactive in establishing processes for technically robust uses of AI. It will also show how to establish transparency in data usage to ensure defensibility in light of new legislation and stay accountable to all of your stakeholders.
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