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What would an Ai interviewer look for?

Does anyone know what the "points" an AI interviewer would be coded/programmed to look for? I've just found out my interview was done by a bloody bot! First I've come across this! Need help please, for anyone that understands this. Thanks
Mar 27 '21 #1
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They are looking for answers to some questions. It is just that simple.

If they were using a [ro]bot to gather information, then they might be using a human, later, to analyze the results.

They are looking for answers.

Just tell the truth.
Mar 29 '21 #2
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Nov 19 '22 #3
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In most cases the bot are machine learning models which are trained to associate certain keywords and phrases that are related or are the requirements for the specific role.
For example, if you have applied for a software developer, the most probable keywords may include Data Structures, Algorithms, Object Oriented Programming, Computer Networks and henceforth.

I hope that helps !!
Apr 23 '23 #4

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