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January 28, 2023, Salt Lake City, UTAH: HireVue, the global leader in video interviewing, AI-based assessments, and text-enabled recruiting tools, has engaged DCI Consulting Group (DCI), a leading Washington DC based human resources compliance and data analytics consulting firm, to audit its algorithms in accordance with proposed rules specified by New York City Local Law 144. Competency-based and game-based algorithms will be audited for bias with respect to race, gender and the intersectional combination of race and gender across multiple job levels and use cases. The audits began in January 2023 and results will be available on the HireVue website once the audit is completed.
The ethical development of AI, candidate transparency and privacy are core values of HireVue’s business and the undertaking to enable external audits of its algorithms is the latest proactive step to ensure the company and its technology is at the forefront of best practices in the use and analysis of HR hiring technologies. HireVue has previously commissioned a number of independent audits of its technology, along with an AI explainability statement – all of which provide customers, candidates and regulators with transparent and meaningful, easy-to-understand information regarding HireVue technology and the processing of personal data.
A growing body of regulations around the use of AI, including New York City Local Law 144, place audit responsibility on the employer. HireVue believes vendors should also bear the responsibility to audit their algorithms and that audit requirements should be standardized to provide clearly defined criteria for multiple HR use cases.
Lindsey Zuloaga, Chief Data Scientist at HireVue, comments: “HireVue has always been at the forefront of defining the transparent and ethical use of AI and software. We support the intent of the proposed regulations around the use of AI, however, we suggest best practices and clarity are tantamount to good regulations that benefit all parties involved. Working with DCI we will be able to provide customers, candidates and regulators with a transparent auditing process in response to the requirements of New York City Law 144.”
“Our mission is to create a level playing field for anyone seeking employment, reducing bias and providing organizations with the most diverse pool of talent. Deploying AI correctly and ethically, powers a significantly more consistent, less biased, more engaging screening process for recruiters and candidates alike. We believe there needs to be increased transparency around its use in HR, and with these audits we continue on a journey of leading the way in this regard.”
Industry Leading Commitment to Fairness
HireVue has a long, established track record delivering science-led ethical AI solutions for hiring:
More details on our commitment to AI Ethics and standards can be found at www.hirevue.com/why-hirevue/ai-ethics
HireVue is where hiring happens – transforming the way organizations discover, engage, and hire the best talent. Connecting companies and candidates anytime, anywhere, HireVue’s industry leading end-to-end hiring platform features video interviewing, assessments and conversational AI. HireVue has hosted more than 33 million video interviews and 200 million chat-based candidate engagements for over 800 pioneering customers around the globe.
About DCI Consulting Group
DCI Consulting Group (DCI) is a human resources consulting firm headquartered in Washington, D.C. Since 2001, DCI has provided expert solutions to hundreds of organizations on complex issues, with particular emphasis on equal employment opportunity analytics, employee selection and assessment, independent expert reviews, litigation support, and settlement expert work. DCI’s team of Industrial/Organizational Psychologists and Labor Economists are recognized experts in complex quantitative analytics, adverse impact measurement, pay equity, job analysis, validation research and job-relatedness evaluations, and routinely perform work in the context of affirmative action plans under the jurisdiction of Department of Labor’s (DOL) Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) compliance evaluations, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) systemic investigations, and expert witness work related to Title VII, Executive Order 11246, Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) matters.