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Illinois just took a small step in this direction. Its new Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act addresses the growing hiring practice of using AI to analyze a candidate’s appearance and gestures during an interview. A company called HireVue, for instance, enables employers to set up automated, video screening interviews. In addition to providing the tapes for managers to review, HireVue’s AI evaluates details such as facial expressions, word choice, body language, and vocal tone to provide a score for the candidate. Illinois’s law doesn’t ban such practices, but it requires that job candidates be notified of the process and get an explanation of how it works. Would-be employers need written consent from the job seeker before they can proceed, and they have to delete all copies of the video if the applicant requests. … [Read more...] about In 20 years, your boss may track your every glance, keystroke, and heartbeat
Above Rs 4 lakhs and till Rs 7.5 lakh, lenders can insist for a personal guarantee and for loans above that some sort of collateral. But all these rules are negotiable depending on the quantum of money and local political involvement. Banks typically don't say no to a student loan fearing political backlash. This structure makes it extremely difficult for banks to recover loans if the loan turns into NPA. … [Read more...] about Why have Indian banks stopped lending to students?
Fu suggested home quarantine measures for the ones who have returned from China and not having any symptoms like fever or cough. These people should take preventive measures like drinking plenty of water, washing hands frequently, wearing a mask and reducing group activity. … [Read more...] about China advisory to India: Separate students with coronavirus symptoms from families
Security threats, cyber risks and data breaches hit all enterprises hard, but they can be crippling for small enterprises. 2020 will see many of them investing in cyber security solutions. A lack of preparedness will need to be remedied- reports by Small Business Trends say that 58 percent of small businesses are not in a position to cope with data loss and theft. Added to security is the need for privacy. There is a growing need for compliances for the global regulations on data privacy- GDPR and soon, CCPA. Data storage, collation and privacy is a definite technology solution that SMEs will need in the coming year. … [Read more...] about Meeting SME needs with technology innovation