Google has hailed the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to bring greater efficiencies to job hunting. But the tools the company has created have put it in the crosshairs of rival job sites, who are accusing the search giant of antitrust abuses, reports VentureBeat. A coalition of job sites has sent a letter to European regulators claiming Google’s job search system, which aggregates listings from other sites, is hurting their own traffic and business. The 23 European companies that signed the letter want EU antitrust commissioner Margrethe Vestager to issue an order halting the practices while she investigates the allegations.