With the recent flurry of announcements on AI, whether it be the Executive Order in the US, the G7’s International Guiding Principles on AI and a voluntary Code of Conduct for AI developers or the Bletchley Declaration, it is clear that AI regulation is high on the agenda of policymakers around the world. With the rapidly increasing use of AI, a common concern is the risk of bias and discrimination, particularly in the employment context. 

Read more from our experts about how existing equality and data protection laws apply to these kinds of automated decisions.