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Learn how artificial intelligence (AI) impacts disability inclusion at work, especially within the recruiting and hiring processes.

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PEAT created this resource to help you use artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled hiring tools in inclusive ways. We spoke with experts from companies led by people with disabilities that focus on inclusive recruiting.

PEAT developed the AI & Disability Inclusion Toolkit to help your organization navigate the potential risks of implementing AI technologies (specifically for people with disabilities), to outline practices you can adopt to try making AI implementations more equitable, and to help you make a business case for Equitable AI to organizational leaders.

Jeffrey Brown, Diversity and Inclusion Research Fellow at the Partnership on AI, discusses strategies for using AI-enabled recruiting technologies in ways that enhance diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) priorities.

The Equitable AI Playbook is a blueprint that can help your organization foster inclusion as you procure, develop or implement artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in your workplace.

Latest Resources

Podcast: Ethics, Equity, & Inclusion in Emerging Technologies

Noble Ackerson, Director of Product for AIML with Ventera Corporation and President of the CyberXR Coalition, discusses the need for diverse and inclusive extended reality (XR) and shares his perspective on artificial intelligence (AI) ethics. He also gives guidance on AI-enabled hiring tools and bias mitigation. […]

Spotlighting Accessibility in the New NIST AI Risk Management Framework

Overview In January 2023, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published the highly anticipated Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework (AI RMF 1.0) and companion NIST AI RMF Playbook. Together, these resources establish voluntary national standards to address risks in the development and use of AI products and services. Some [...]

Reduce Bias & Increase Inclusion in Your AI Hiring Technology

Does your organization use artificial intelligence (AI) in your hiring process? If your organization uses tools to automate tasks, such as sorting through lists of skills on resumes or for something more complex such as tracking eye gaze during virtual interviews, then the tools are likely powered by AI. [...]

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Get Started! To attract skilled workers with disabilities, you must understand how AI is used in your hiring tools and ensure that it is used responsibly to make employment decisions. Using AI responsibly can bring new and talented individuals, with and without disabilities, to your organization. [...]

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