AI used for first time in job interviews in UK to find best applicants

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AI technology is being used in the UK to select applicants by analysing their language, tone and facial expressions during interviews | charleshymas

Unilever, the consumer goods giant, is among companies using AI technology to analyse the language, tone and facial expressions of candidates when they are asked a set of identical job questions which they film on their mobile phone or laptop.

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charleshymas But The Telegraph unable to supply the print edition into Southend today....

charleshymas notcreepyatall

charleshymas Only let the 'good' ones in 🤣, maybe we should extend that to our CEOs and throw in a neck-tie-lie-detector while we are at it (easily done with the advent of IoT!!! 🤣) to keep them on their toes for shareholder value (if you have nothing to hide 😉) 🤣🤣🤣

charleshymas And color?

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