Use of face-scanning technology can disadvantage black and dark skinned people.
Computer vision technology have a harder time recognising people with darker skin or from an Asian background. One main reason for this is that the datasets used by companies to train facial analysis software use mainly white examples and are not truly representative of diversity in society.
Despite this limitation in the technology, the implementation of automated recruitment software is on the rise and the number of companies that use them is rapidly increasingly. The use of skewed algorithms could lead to racial disparities in recruitment.
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