In a campaign to recruit executives, the Department of National Defence (DND) used products from Toronto-based Knockri and Waterloo, Ont.-based Plum, which claim to use AI to reduce bias. It did not do an algorithmic impact assessment (AIA), as required for most government AI projects, and the privacy commissioner’s office said it also did not submit a privacy impact assessment. (The Globe and Mail)
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