Google has fired Margaret Mitchell, just a couple of months after its controversial firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru.
Google has appointed a new head of its responsible AI research in the wake of the high-profile firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru and action against Margaret Mitchell.
Google has agreed to pay $2.6 million to women and Asian workers to settle a discrimination case, according to the Department of Labor.
Still mired in controversy over its firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru, Google appears to be repeating history with Margaret Mitchell, its Ethics AI lead.
GitHub is backpedaling, apologizing for firing a Jewish employee who warned of Nazis and offering him his job back.
Google is facing major backlash after firing Dr. Timnit Gebru, one of the world’s leading AI ethics researchers.
Kenneth Coats, founder, and CEO of KENTECH Consulting says that “the lesson I would pass on to other entrepreneurs is to simplify.”
Anything that cannot be automated or digitized becomes more valuable and that is going to be the tough part for HR. We are moving to a world where emotional intelligence is becoming just as important as IQ for HR managers.