When you apply for your next job, it could be a computer algorithm that asks you the first round of screening questions.
That is the hope of Eyal Grayevsky, whose company Mya Systems uses artificial intelligence and a chatbot named Mya to help recruiters screen high volumes of applicants for hourly wage jobs.
“When the candidate applies for a job, Mya introduces herself and takes them through a conversation,” he explains. The chatbot will ask questions to see if they are qualified: “Can you work in the evenings?” “Are you comfortable with the pay range?” “Do you have forklift experience?” “How soon can you start?”
If the applicant is a good fit, Mya will schedule their interview.
While being interrogated by a computer might sound degrading, Grayevsky points out that it is much better than never hearing back at all
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