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Unveiling Challenges: Navigating Recruitment AI in the Complex Landscape of BIPOC and Disabled Communities

By March 14, 2024May 6th, 2024No Comments

In this article, we will delve into how Recruitment Artificial Intelligence (AI) is impacting the hiring experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), individuals with disabilities, and those who require #a11y accommodations. It investigates whether AI algorithms contain any biases and evaluates their impact on ensuring fair representation of diverse job seekers.

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This intern paper was created by Zy-Asiah Gray-Smalls and designed by the NAMED Advocates team. Learn more about the NAMED Advocates here:

Zy-Asiah Gray-Smalls

An intern at the NAMED Advocates, Zy-Asiah Gray-Smalls is a Bachelor of Arts candidate at Georgetown University, set to graduate in 2025, hailing from Newark, New Jersey. Her profound interest centers on the field of law, with a specific focus on the examination of technology’s ethical and legal implications, along with its impact on society. She remains steadfast in her dedication to guaranteeing that technology serves the well-being of society as a whole while safeguarding individual rights and upholding societal values.

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