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Using AI in the recruitment process to tackle bias with Sarah @ SNAP Inc

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Lewis Adams-Dunstan
Team Manager

Can AI help to bring efficiency to the HR process?

Can it help to tackle affinity bias?

Will it eventually automate the hiring process?

Will we ever be able to trust an algorithm to take responsibility for a process that will, inevitably, be called into question time and time again?

Is it more trouble than it's worth?

We LOVE this interview snippet because each of our speakers has a different opinion:

Lauren is all for it! She believes that AI could be fantastic, and longs for the day when an algorithm can eliminate affinity bias.

Lewis is totally against it. He believes that only a human should be responsible for a process that heavily affects human lives.

Sarah @Snap Inc. plays a wonderful 'devil's advocate', calling upon her knowledge and experience to mediate the debate and offer her expert opinion. #

You don't want to miss this one and you can listen to the full episode on our podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.