AI hiring tools often based on pseudoscience and may discriminate.
One-way video interviews, CV screeners, digital monitoring impact hiring.
Digital monitoring can score productivity with faulty metrics, leading to issues.
AI-based surveillance techniques like flight risk analysis and sentiment analysis have low predictive value.
Sophisticated AI tools in hiring lack transparency and may embody bias.
The use of AI tools extends beyond hourly wage jobs to knowledge-centric roles.
Current AI hiring tools include one-way interviews, online CV screeners, game-based assessments, and social media analysis.
Tools like game-based assessments and social media analysis may provide unclear or biased results.
Many AI tools are essentially black boxes, making their inner workings unclear.
Hilke Schellmann calls for HR skepticism, testing, and regulation to address issues with AI hiring tools.
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