– Have you ever talked to a computer during an interview? Have you ever been made aware of a machine screening your application and CV? Or did you get the impression that an algorithm had selected you for a job you interviewed for? And how did this make you feel?
GENEVA, Switzerland – In this edition of the Future of Work podcast series we want to explore the rising use of Artificial Intelligence in the hiring process. And to explore this topic, we could not have a better guest than Mona Sloane, research assistant Professor at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering and senior research scientist at the NYU Center for Responsible AI.
Mona Sloane shares with us her research on the uses of AI in recruitment, specifically experiences of both recruiters and tech vendors that have specialised in this field. She shares with us her insights in how AI shifts, changes and shapes professional decision making in the profession of recruiting.
We talk with her about the importance of transparency and ethical use of AI tools in recruitment, and the role policymakers and trade unions should play in this process.