The job market is unquestionably busy, crowded, and competitive, and it makes things difficult for both employers and potential hires. But difficulty breeds innovation, and companies are now leaning on the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) to expedite their hiring process from resume checks to digitized interviews.
“You met someone you like at a blind date and took her to an upscale restaurant. You told her that you will pay for the meal but realize that you left your wallet at home. How will you explain the situation to your date?”
Candidates taking the interview with the AI must wear headsets and use a camera that registers their physical responses through the program. They state their strengths and weaknesses, answer situational questions, match words with emotions, and identify facial expressions as well as play games as tests.
“Businesses can assess applicants on various fronts using our system, grounded in neuroscience and biology,” said CEO, Lee Hyungwoo.
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