Press releases and media coverage
HireVue Launches AI Explainability Statement in HR Industry First
Reviewed by the UK’s Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), HireVue Outlines How AI-based Assessments Are Used Within Its Hiring Experience Platform™
31st March 2022, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- An HR industry first, HireVue’s AI Explainability Statement has been reviewed by the ICO and supported by Best Practice AI, together with Simmons & Simmons and Jacob Turner of Fountain Court Chambers. The statement provides information on how HireVue’s Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based assessments work, including why, when and how it uses this technology to help customers make better hiring decisions.
30 March 2022 at 23:00:00
C-Suite Toolkit Helps Executives Navigate the AI Landscape
Artificial Intelligence creates new opportunities but also raises new risks for businesses and society. The toolkit aims to help executives take advantage of opportunities and understand the risks of AI by asking a series of key questions. It includes cases on adoption of responsible and ethical AI, the proposed type of AI that executives should focus on going forward
World Economic Forum
12 January 2022 at 22:00:00
Letter: Humans and machines should both up their game
I enjoyed Sarah O’Connor’s trenchant column “AI is making applying for work even more miserable” (Opinion, November 30).
We correctly measure AI against a standard to which we could never hold a human. Human interviewers can be — your readers may judge how frequently — rude, lazy and unsympathetic, subject to bias both conscious and unconscious...
Tim Gordon, Best Practice AI
2 December 2021 at 00:00:00
Healthily and Best Practice AI publish world's first AI Explainability Statement reviewed by the ICO
One of the world's leading AI smart symptom checkers has taken the groundbreaking decision to publish a statement explaining how it works.
Healthily, supported by Best Practice AI together with Simmons & Simmons and Jacob Turner of Fountain Court Chambers today publish the first AI Explainability Statement to have been reviewed by the UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).
19 October 2021 at 21:00:00
Letter: Artificial intelligence is an unforgiving mirror
John Thornhill deftly captures the risks from biased data when deployed through artificial intelligence systems (“Artificial intelligence bias can be countered, if not erased”, Opinion, April 9).
Tim Gordon, Best Practice AI
12 April 2021 at 23:00:00
Landmark Legal Case Highlights Corporate Accountability For Automated Decisions
Amsterdam’s District Court March ruling that ride-sharing companies Uber and Ola must disclose data used to deduct earnings and assign work and shed light on how surveillance systems are used, doesn’t just impact the gig economy. The ruling, the first time any court in the world has addressed the issue of explainable AI, has major implications for corporates.
Jennifer L. Schenker
31 March 2021 at 23:00:00