Moving UpstreamSeason 2 Episode 1
How new data-science tools are determining who gets hired
By Hilke Schellmann and Jason Bellini
Some Fortune 500 companies are using tools that deploy artificial intelligence to weed out job applicants. But is this practice fair? In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ's Jason Bellini investigates.
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