Robots Could Be Conducting Job Interviews By 2020

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A 16-inch tall robot-recruiter named Tengai could be the future of job interviews. 

Programmed to conduct every interview the exact same way, Tengai doesn’t engage in pre-interview chit-chat and asks every question in the same tone and order. It then sends a transcript to human employers containing only the interviewee's answers, eliminating any bias or inherited prejudices.

See also: The Robots Are Coming To Retail … Eventually

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