In the modern working world, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) has become a reality of working life. The COVID-19 epidemic has further encouraged the trend of using artificial intelligence, and more and more companies are utilising it to assist in talent recruitment.
However, the current technological development is still unable to overcome the problem of algorithmic bias. In the field of labour law, the problem that will be faced is: when AI makes decisions with discriminatory results, what responsibility should employers who use AI bear? To clarify this issue, this article first introduces the current form of AI selection by enterprises in the recruitment process, explores possible discrimination issues, and conducts a survey on whether the employer violates the prohibition of discrimination obligations and the resulting civil liability.