A candidate interviewing for a position with CVS Health has alleged that he and other interviewees were subjected to an artificial intelligence-powered lie detector test without the appropriate notification, according to a class action complaint recently removed to the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

The lawsuit, filed by David S. Godkin and James E. Kruzer of Birnbaum & Godkin in Boston, alleges that Brendan Baker participated in an interview using CVS's automated interview and application software. CVS contracted with HireVue, which utilizes an AI tool to help employers screen job candidates, according to the complaint.

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Allison Dunn

Allison Dunn is a reporter on ALM's Rapid Response desk based in Ohio, covering impactful litigation filings and rulings, emerging legal trends, controversies in the industry, and everything in between. Contact her at [email protected]. On Twitter: @AllisonDWrites.