More creepy models
One of the best things about having my book out (finally!) is that once people read it, or hear interviews or read blogs about it, they sometimes sending me more examples of creepy models. I have two examples today.
The first is a company called Joberate which scores current employees (with a “J-score”) on their risk of looking for a job (hat tip Marc Sobel). Kind of like an overbearing, nosy boss, but in automated and scaled digital form. They claim they’re not creepy because they use only publicly available data.
…Litify is led by an experienced executive team, including one of the world’s most influential and successful lawyers, well known VC’s and software visionaries. Litify will transform the way legal services are delivered connecting the firm and the client with new apps and will use artificial intelligence to predict the outcome of legal matters, changing the economy of law. Litify.com will become a household consumer name for getting legal assistance and make legal advice dramatically more accessible to the people…
What could possibly go wrong?