Transforming talent management with ethical AI

Although 89% of organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies, nearly 40% of employees think their companies aren’t putting in enough effort to create inclusive environments. As calls for change grow louder, businesses are looking to a new generation of AI tools to mitigate bias.

While these systems can level the playing field, there’s also growing concern that AI solutions could cause employees to get overlooked—an oversight that’s particularly detrimental as skill gaps widen. Rather than exacerbating bias, leaders must learn how to identify and harness ethical AI built for equity so they can drive better outcomes for their people and business.

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