Commentary: Artificial intelligence is changing how HR is handled at companies. But do robots care about your civil rights?

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Chicago Tribune

With 86% of major U.S. corporations predicting that artificial intelligence will become a “mainstream technology” at their company this year, management-by-algorithm is no longer the stuff of science fiction. AI has already transformed the way workers are recruited, hired, trained, evaluated and even fired. One recent study found that 83% of human resources leaders rely in some form on technology in employment decision-making. For example, at UPS, AI monitors and reports on driver safety and productivity, tracking drivers’ every movement from the time they buckle their seat belts to the freque…

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