Today there are more jobs than candidates. As a result, for the first time since the 90’s, the U.S. is a “seller’s market” for talent. Furthermore, the “pressure relief valve” of qualified foreign candidates Is unlikely to re-open, anytime soon. With more jobs to fill, higher pay, and fewer candidates, the likelihood and costs of bad hiring decisions have increased. But fortunately, artificial intelligence may offer companies a solution. What sorts of AI-based talent identification tools and methods are emerging? What can those do to improve the hiring process? And, what legal and ethical risks do computer-based hiring tools raise? We’ll explain.